Publicaitons

  • Kalima K., Menon J.A. Working Memory, Reading and Math Fluency in HIV+ Children. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE) Volume 4, Issue 3 2017.
  • Kalima K., Menon J.A (2017) Working Memory, Reading and Math Fluency in HIV+ Children. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE) Volume 4, Issue 3, pp 1-4.
  • Brennan R., Mbewe F., Riley A., Menon J.A., Dantas J. A.R. Listening to the volunteers: An exploratory qualitative study of motivation in Safe Motherhood Action Groups in rural Zambia.
  • Qiao S., Zhang  Y., Li X;, Menon J.A. Facilitators and Barriers for HIV-testing in Zambia: A systematic review of multi-level factors.
  • Nakazwe-Chanda, C, Sichimba F, Phiri, T. Untold Stories Living in Violence: Lived Realities why Women Stay in Violent Marriages.
  • Nakazwe-Chanda, Phiri E. Psychological and Moral arguments for compulsory HIV testing in Pregnant Women in Zambia.
  • Serpell, Robert. How the study of cognitive growth can benefit from a cultural lens. Journal of Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2017.
  • Serpell, Robert (2017). How the study of cognitive growth can benefit from a cultural lens, in Journal of Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2017 Vol. 12(5) 889-899: DOI: 10.1177/1745691617704419.
  • Hapunda, Given and Chansa, Tamara. Proximal social wide impact evaluation for psycho-social interventions: a qualitative approach to impact assessment in trauma focused cognitive behavioural therapy. International Psychology bulletin
  • Hapunda, Given and Chansa, Tamara (2017) Proximal social wide impact evaluation for psycho-social interventions: a qualitative approach to impact assessment in trauma focused cognitive behavioural therapy, in International Psychology bulletin, Vol.21, No.3, 2017.
  • Kabali, T and Moyo M. Washing spittle while on the river bank: Parental responses to local language for early grade instruction in Zambia. Zambian Journal of Language Studies 2017
  • Kabali, T and Moyo M (2017), Washing spittle while on the river bank: Parental responses to local language for early grade instruction in Zambia, published in the Zambian Journal of Language Studies (University of Zambia Language Centre – UNZALAC), Vol 1, issue 1, 2017, ISSN: 2415-668X, pp. 183-204.
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