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  • Engelbrecht, G. K.
    The results of follow-up studies would confirm that the relapse rate among rehabilitated drug addicts is significantly high. While the physiological (medical) and psychiatric effects of prolonged drug exposure can be ...
  • Van Jaarsveld, F. A.
    This inaugural lecture deals with the demands made by present times on the writing of history in South Africa. As a background, the changes which have taken place since the Second World War and which have influenced the ...
  • Brand, S. S.
    Despite the increasing attention given by economists to the problem of development since the Second World War, there is as yet no clarity about the nature of the contribution that economics can make to an understanding ...
  • Brand, S. S.
    In recent years widespread support has been expressed in South Africa for an economic system of free enterprise, in which market principles must play an important part. In actual fact, the South African economy differs in ...
  • Kotzé, D. J.
    In analysing the world energy situation, the conclusion is reached that a growing imbalance is developing between world demand and supply of energy which must inevitably lead to, what is called, the real energy crisis, in ...
  • Van Warmelo, K. T.
    The vegetative structure of the fungi is described and illustrated, followed by a discussion of the reproductive processes, sexual as well as asexual, which occur in fungi. The role of the fungi in the environment is ...
  • Van Huyssteen, M. C.
    The increase in scientific knowledge and the accelerating social change has put unprecedented demands on the health services of every country. These changes and the expansion of comprehensive health services to the total ...
  • Prinsloo, M. W.
    A crime is an infringement of public interests, intentional or negligent, for which the law provides a penalty. Since the criminal and civil jurisdiction of chiefs' courts differ, it is essential to distinguish between ...
  • Pauw, D. A.
    By way of Introduction it is pointed out how the ancient Greeks and Romans experienced and explained emotion and some more recent views on emotion are presented. The works of the Greek historian Thucydides and the Roman ...
  • Beyers, D.
    It is imperative that the trainer of clinical psychologists be clear as to the identity of the clinical psychologist. Controversy and uncertainty exists concerning the definition of the identity of the clinical psychologist. ...
  • Verburgh, C.
    The different transportation techniques show about as much variation as the reasons behind transport. It is the task of the transport economist to calculate the different alternative methods of transporting goods or ...
  • Schabort, J. C.
    The molecular approach to biological science forms the basis of the biochemist's approach to his task and also forms the basis of and is a binding factor in a modern interdisciplinary research attempt on unsolved problems ...
  • Marais, F. A. J.
    In view of the fact that lecturers have to specialise in two professions, namely that of academic as well as that of educationist, it is unrealistic to expect of every lecturer to undergo training in both fields before he ...
  • Poolman, J.
    The managers of large companies are today in a position to exert considerable influence on the government, the market and the community as a whole. In particular, two factors contributed to the development of the present ...
  • Müller, E. C. C.
    Teacher education must strive for an effective balance between its academic, professional and practical career-oriented components. The latter aims at the acquisition of specific skills by the students. These skills can ...
  • Schepers, J. M.
    The present structure of psychology was critically analysed. It was pointed out that most of the constructs used, are operationally defined, but that the interrelationships among the constructs are only known on a correlational ...
  • Engelbrecht, C. S.
    The first experiences of a child at school form the basic frame of reference for all subsequent school experiences. Not all children are learning ready the day they start their school careers and this often leads to eventual ...
  • Piek, Ben J.
    The conflict between Marx and Malthus as it exists today, centres around the problems of poverty and development in the Third World where the very high rate of population growth seems to nullify the attempts made towards ...
  • Pauw, J. R.
    The term "Didactics" as indicating a sub-discipline of Education is hardly existent in Anglo-American educational literature. Likewise the term "Didactician" for one who professes Didactics is also rarely, if ever, used. ...

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