This sub-programme aims to study the measurement and promotion of psychosocial well-being on three related levels, namely across a life-course, across life domains, and across cultures. Psychosocial well-being is conceived as a multi-dimensional and faceted construct which includes individual, social and community well-being. Through theoretical and empirical studies, researchers in the sub-programme aim to gather knowledge about the antecedents, outcomes and dynamics of a broad spectrum of optimal functioning of individuals, groups, communities, and institutions.
Juma, J.O., Van der Merwe, K., & Du Toit, D.HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies
Nell, H.W.Journal of Psychology in Africa
Nell, W.HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies
Willemse, M., & Deacon, E.South African Journal of Industrial Psychology