Welcome to Stellenbosch University


Prof Awie Greeff Family well-being: A salutogenic approach
Mr Zuhyr Kafaar HIV and AIDS; psychometry; psychological test construction and validation; measurement theory; research on children and adolescents; telepsychology
Prof Ashraf Kagee Health Psychology; HIV/Aids; treatment adherence; stress and trauma

Prof Lou-Marie Kruger

Women's mental health

Dr Marieanna le Roux

Human animal interaction; animal-assisted reading programme

Ms Anthea Lesch

Social determinants of health, psychology and public health, psychosocial aspects of HIV prevention, paediatric HIV/AIDS disclosure, community participation in health promotion, socio-behavioural issues in HIV vaccine research, health and well-being of vulnerable populations.

Dr Elmien Lesch

Intimate relationships in South African communities. Parents' role in the development of responsible sexual behaviour. The experience and construction of intimate/close relationships in different South African communities

Prof Helene Loxton

Childhood fears and coping mechanisms. Early childhood stimulation

Dr Charl Nortje

Trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder and exposure treatment

Prof Tony Naidoo

Applied community psychology

Prof Tony Naidoo

Career psychology and work-related behaviour

Prof Tony Naidoo

Ecopsychology and wilderness therapy

Dr Nceba Somhlaba

Grief and loss; Stress, appraisal and coping
Mr Desmond Painter Social Psychology
Mr Henry Steel The psychometric properties of clinical scales and questionnaires for different cultural groups in South Africa.
Dr Hermann Swart

Intergroup Contact and its effects on Prejudice in South Africa

Prof Leslie Swartz

Culture and mental health

Prof Mark Tomlinson

Infant and child development in the context of adversity; postpartum depression and infant development; infant attachment; developmental psychopathology; community based prevention programs for families with infants and young children; community based prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV; community based prevention of alcohol use in pregnant mothers; priority setting in research; psychology and public health; infant mental health and public health.

Ms Sherine van Wyk

Community mental health, aggression and prevention interventions