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Gender as moderator in the relationship between identity formation and the evaluation of romantic relationships during adolescence
(University of the Free State, 2018-01)
Adolescence is a dynamic period during which identity formation occurs and romantic relationships emerge. Research studies often focus on self-evaluation, the development of romantic relationships, and the identity-intimacy ...
Substance abuse and psychological strengths as predictors of coping amongst adolescents
(University of the Free State, 2015-08)
English: Adolescence is a period of significant physical, cognitive and socio-emotional changes. In addition, South African adolescents are exposed to a variety of environmental stressors daily. These stressors include ...
The role of self-esteem in the relationship between ego identity and career aspiration in adolescents
(University of the Free State, 2018-07)
English: Choosing a career is a key aspect of transition for adolescents. In fact, South African adolescents experience unique challenges with regard to their career aspirations. In the midst of the unpredictability of ...
Gender as moderator in the relationship between identity formation and bully behaviour among adolescents
(University of the Free State, 2018-11)
English: During adolescence, individuals face several social challenges while forming their identities. These social pressures may contribute to increases in risky behaviour such as bully perpetration and bully victimisation. ...