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The transition from school to work of intending apprentices and current carpentry, joinery and hairdressing apprentices
(University of Canterbury. Psychology, 1979)
A study was made of the transition from school to work of intending apprentices and current apprentices. Thirty male and five female secondary school pupils, 153 male Joiners and Carpenters, and 129 female Hairdressers ...
Can the visual arts benefit health and healing?
(University of Canterbury. Psychology, 1977)
The present research aimed to investigate whether the visual arts could benefit health and healing. Three experiments were conducted testing two hundred participants in all. Experiments one and two were conducted in a ...
Relations between sex, guilt, depression and faith
(University of Canterbury. Psychology and Sociology, 1971)
To conduct a study covering religion, mental illness, and sexual behaviour is a delicate task. The researcher is likely to find those involved are more concerned about the religious implications of the findings than the ...