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The effect of family functioning and basic need satisfaction on decision-making styles of adolescents: a rural South African sample
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
Families are complex and diverse, but essentially are the cornerstone of society. There is very limited research regarding the role family functioning and basic psychological needs play in the decision-making styles of ...
The effects of parental monitoring and communication on adolescent substance use and risky sexual activity: A systematic review
(Bentham Open, 2015)
AIM: The aim of the systematic study was to determine the effect of parenting practices on adolescent risk behaviours such as substance use and sexual risk behaviour. METHOD: Quantitative research studies were systematically ...
Family structure and functioning: Influences on adolescents psychological needs, goals and aspirations in a South African setting
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
This study aimed to determine the effects of family structure and functioning on basic psychological need fulfilment, life goals and aspirations of adolescents in a South African setting. Participants were 457 adolescent ...
Health behaviour, decision making and perceived parenting: Are male and female learners significantly different?
(IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS), 2016)
The study aimed to establish the perceived parenting styles, decision making styles and engagement in healthy lifestyle behaviours of male and female learners in secondary schools in the Western Cape, South Africa. A ...