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Research studies conducted in GhanaEdit

  • Evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevention through peer education, counselling, health care, training and urban refuges in Ghana. (2002).): Evaluation and Program Planning Vol 25(4) Nov 2002, 409-420.
  • Abane, H. (2003). For better, for worse: Social dimensions of marital conflict in Ghana: the case of Cape Coast: Gender & Behaviour Vol 1 2003, 34-54.
  • Aboagye, J. K. (2003). An Evaluation of Preschool Education In The Awutu Efutu Senya District of The Central Region, Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 11(2) 2003, 92-110.
  • Aboderin, I. (2004). Decline in Material Family Support for Older People in Urban Ghana, Africa: Understanding Processes and Causes of Change: Journals of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Vol 59B(3) May 2004, S128-S137.
  • Abor,J. (2005). Technological Innovations and Banking in Ghana: An Evaluation of Customers' Perceptions: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 13(1) 2005, 170-187.
  • Abor, P. A. (2006). Female genital mutilation: Psychological and reproductive health consequences. The case of Kayoro traditional area in Ghana: Gender & Behaviour Vol 4(1) Jun 2006, 659-684.
  • Acolatse, E. E. E. (2003). Cosmology and pastoral diagnoses: A psycho-theological anthropology for pastoral counseling in Ghana. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Adams, G. (2005). The cultural grounding of personal relationship: Enemyship in North American and West African worlds. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 88, 948-968.
  • Adams, G., & Dzokoto, V. A. (2007). Genital-Shrinking Panic in Ghana: A Cultural Psychological Analysis: Culture & Psychology Vol 13(1) Mar 2007, 83-104.
  • Adams, G. & Plaut, V. C. (2003). The cultural grounding of personal relationship: Friendship in North American and West African worlds. Personal Relationships, 10, 333-348.
  • Adanu, R. M. K. (2002). Cervical cancer knowledge and screening in Accra, Ghana: Journal of Women's Health & Gender-Based Medicine Vol 11(6) Jul-Aug 2002, 487-488.
  • Addai, I. (1999). Ethnicity and contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of Ghana: Journal of Biosocial Science Vol 31(1) Jan 1999, 105-120.
  • Addai, I. (1999). Ethnicity and sexual behavior in Ghana: Social Biology Vol 46(1-2) Spr-Sum 1999, 17-32.
  • Addai, I. (2000). Determinants of use of maternal-child health services in rural Ghana: Journal of Biosocial Science Vol 32(1) Jan 2000, 1-15.
  • Adih, W. K., & Alexander, C. S. (1999). Determinants of condom use to prevent HIV infection among youth in Ghana: Journal of Adolescent Health Vol 24(1) Jan 1999, 63-72.
  • Adinkrah, M. (2004). Witchcraft accusations and female homicide victimization in contemporary Ghana: Violence Against Women Vol 10(4) Apr 2004, 325-356.
  • Adinkrah, M. (2005). Vigilante homicides in contemporary Ghana: Journal of Criminal Justice Vol 33(5) Sep-Oct 2005, 413-427.
  • Adinkrah, M. (2007). Women who kill their husbands: Mariticides in contemporary Ghana: Aggressive Behavior Vol 33(6) Nov-Dec 2007, 526-536.
  • Adjaye, J. K., & Aborampah, O.-M. (2004). Intergenerational Cultural Transmission Among the Akan of Ghana: Larkin, Elizabeth (Ed); Friedlander, Dov (Ed); Newman, Sally (Ed); Goff, Richard (Ed).
  • Adongo, P. B., Phillips, J. F., Kajihara, B., Fayorsey, C., Debpuur, C., & Binka, F. N. (1997). Cultural factors constraining the introduction of family planning among the Kassena-Nankana of northern Ghana: Social Science & Medicine Vol 45(12) Dec 1997, 1789-1804.
  • Adu-Oppong, A., Grimes, R. M., Ross, M. W., Risser, J., & Kessie, G. (2007). Social and behavioral determinants of consistent condom use among female commercial sex workers in Ghana: AIDS Education and Prevention Vol 19(2) Apr 2007, 160-172.
  • Affinnih, Y. (1999). Drug use in greater Accra, Ghana: Pilot study: Substance Use & Misuse Vol 34(2) Jan 1999, 157-169.
  • Affinnih, Y. H. (1999). A preliminary study of drug abuse and its mental health and health consequences among addicts in Greater Accra, Ghana: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Vol 31(4) Oct-Dec 1999, 395-403.
  • Affinnih, Y. H. (2005). Pilot Study of the Relationship Between Drug Misuse and Violence Among Drug Addicts in Greater Accra, Ghana: The South of Saharan Africa Case: Substance Use & Misuse Vol 40(6) 2005, 813-822.
  • Agadjanian, V., & Ezeh, A. C. (2000). Polygyny, gender relations and reproduction in Ghana: Journal of Comparative Family Studies Vol 31(4) Fal 2000, 427-441.
  • Agyei, W. K. A., Biritwum, R. B., Ashitey, A. G., & Hill, R. B. (2000). Sexual behaviour and contraception among unmarried adolescents and young adults in greater Accra and Eastern regions of Ghana: Journal of Biosocial Science Vol 32(4) Oct 2000, 495-512.
  • Agyepong, I. A., Ansah, E., Gyapong, M., Adjei, S., Barnish, G., & Evans, D. (2002). Strategies to improve adherence to recommended chloroquine treatment regimes: A quasi-experimental in the context of integrated primary health care delivery in Ghana: Social Science & Medicine Vol 55(12) Dec 2002, 2215-2226.
  • Aheto, D. W., & Gbesemete, K. P. (2005). Rural perspectives on HIV/AIDS prevention: A comparative study of Thailand and Ghana: Health Policy Vol 72(1) Apr 2005, 25-40.
  • Ahorlu, C. K., Koram, K. A., & Weiss, M. G. (2007). Children, pregnant women and the culture of malaria in two rural communities of Ghana: Anthropology & Medicine Vol 14(2) Aug 2007, 167-181.
  • Aiga, H. (2006). Measuring access to continuing professional education among the health workers in Ghana: Constructing an index: Social Indicators Research Vol 77(3) Jul 2006, 449-478.
  • Aiga, H. (2006). Reasons for participation in and needs for continuing professional education among health workers in Ghana: Health Policy Vol 77(3) Aug 2006, 290-303.
  • Aikins, A. D.-G. (2003). Living with diabetes in rural and Urban Ghana: A critical social psychological examination of illness action and scope for intervention: Journal of Health Psychology Vol 8(5) Sep 2003, 557-572.
  • Aikins, A. D.-G., & Ofori-Atta, A. L. (2007). Homelessness and mental health in Ghana: Everyday experiences of Accra's migrant squatters: Journal of Health Psychology Vol 12(5) Sep 2007, 761-778.
  • Akotia, C. S. (1996). Transition to university: Some difficulties among senior secondary school (Level 100) and sixth form (Level 200) students in Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 4(1) 1996, 163-185.
  • Akotia, C. S., & Barimah, K. B. (2006). Community psychology in Ghana: Challenges, successes and prospects: Journal of Psychology in Africa Vol 16(2) 2006, 173-176.
  • Akpalu, D. A. (2007). Adoption of children and the contribution of the Osu Children's Home in Ghana: Children and Youth Services Review Vol 29(8) Aug 2007, 1070-1084.
  • Akuamoah-Boateng, R., Bolitho, F. H., Carr, S. C., Chidgey, J. E., O'Reilly, B., Phillips, R., et al. (2003). Psychosocial barriers to female leadership: Motivational gravity in Ghana and Tanzania: Psychology and Developing Societies Vol 15(2) Jul-Dec 2003, 201-221.
  • Akyeampong, E. (1995). Alcoholism in Ghana: A socio-cultural exploration: Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry Vol 19(2) Jun 1995, 261-280.
  • Alawiye, O. (1987). The self-concept of children, and the perceptions of parents and teachers, from schools in Ghana and Gambia: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Amoakohene, M. I. (2004). Violence against women in Ghana: A look at women's perceptions and review of policy and social responses: Social Science & Medicine Vol 59(11) Dec 2004, 2373-2385.
  • Amoateng, A. Y., & Heaton, T. B. (1989). The sociodemographic correlates of the timing of divorce in Ghana: Journal of Comparative Family Studies Vol 20(1) Spr 1989, 79-96.
  • Amonoo-Lartson, R., & Pappoe, M. E. (1992). Prevalence of smoking in secondary schools in the greater Accra region of Ghana: Social Science & Medicine Vol 34(11) Jun 1992, 1291-1293.
  • Amponsah, B. (2000). A comparison of sex differences in visual-spatial performance from preadolescence to adulthood in Ghana and Norway: South African Journal of Psychology Vol 30(4) Dec 2000, 25-31.
  • Amponsah, B., Akotia, C., & Olowu, A. (2006). Ghana. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
  • Amuquandoh, F. E. (2003). Determinants of Tourists' Information Search Effort. The Case of Ghana Visitors: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 11(2) 2003, 160-177.
  • Amuquandoh, F. E. (2006). Communication gap analysis of the availability of tourism related information on Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 14(2) 2006, 36-55.
  • Analoui, F. (1999). Eight parameters of managerial effectiveness: A study of senior managers in Ghana: Journal of Management Development Vol 18(4) 1999, 362-390.
  • Anderson, S.L., Adams, G., & Plaut, V.C. (2008). The cultural grounding of relationship: The importance of attractiveness in everyday life. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95, 352-368.
  • Ankomah, A. (1998). Condom use in sexual exchange relationships among young single adults in Ghana: AIDS Education and Prevention Vol 10(4) Aug 1998, 303-316.
  • Ankomah, A., & Ford, N. (1994). Sexual exchange: Understanding pre-marital heterosexual relationships in urban Ghana. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis.
  • Ansah-Koi, A. A. (2006). Care of orphans: Fostering interventions for children whose parents die of AIDS in Ghana: Families in Society Vol 87(4) Oct-Dec 2006, 555-564.
  • Anyidoho, N. A. (2006). Personalizing development: How participants make sense of development policy (Ghana). Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Appiahene-Gyamfi, J. (1998). Violent crime in Ghana: The case of robbery: Journal of Criminal Justice Vol 26(5) Sep-Oct 1998, 409-424.
  • Appiahene-Gyamfi, J. (2002). An analysis of the broad crime trends and patterns in Ghana: Journal of Criminal Justice Vol 30(3) May-Jun 2002, 229-243.
  • Appiahene-Gyamfi, J. (2003). Urban crime trends and patterns in Ghana: The case of Accra: Journal of Criminal Justice Vol 31(1) Jan-Feb 2003, 13-23.
  • Appiahene-Gyamfi, J. (2007). Interpersonal violent crime in Ghana: The case of assault in Accra: Journal of Criminal Justice Vol 35(4) Jul-Aug 2007, 419-431.
  • Appiah-Poku, J., Laugharne, R., Mensah, E., Osei, Y., & Burns, T. (2004). Previous help sought by patients presenting to mental health services in Kumasi, Ghana: Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology Vol 39(3) Mar 2004, 208-211.
  • Appoh, L. (1999). Mothers' beliefs about causes of Kwashiorkor and the nutritional status of their children in the Volta region of Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 7(1) 1999, 46-59.
  • Appoh, L. Y. (2004). Changes in Maternal Nutritional Knowledge and its Relationship with Child Nutritional Status in the Volta Region of Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 12(2) 2004, 213-228.
  • Appoh, L. Y. (2004). Consequences of early malnutrition for subsequent social and emotional behaviour of children in Ghana: Journal of Psychology in Africa Vol 14(2) 2004, 87-94.
  • Asamoah, Y. W. (1985). Beliefs and clinical judgments: A study of social workers in Ghana: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Asamoah-Adu, A., Weir, S., Pappoe, M., Kanlisi, N., & et al. (1994). Evaluation of a targeted AIDS prevention intervention to increase condom use among prostitutes in Ghana: AIDS Vol 8(2) Feb 1994, 239-246.
  • Asante, A. D., Zwi, A. B., & Ho, M. T. (2006). Equity in resource allocation for health: A comparative study of the Ashanti and Northern Regions of Ghana: Health Policy Vol 78(2-3) Oct 2006, 135-148.
  • Asomani, C. A. (1977). A descriptive survey of the university women of Ghana and their attitudes toward the women's liberation movement: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Atsunyo, M. K. (1993). A comparative study of executive decision-making in the United States and Ghana: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Avoke, M. (2002). Models of disability in the labelling and attitudinal discourse in Ghana: Disability & Society Vol 17(7) Dec 2002, 769-777.
  • Awoonor-Williams, J. K., Feinglass, E. S., Tobey, R., Vaughan-Smith, M. N., Nyonator, F. K., & Jones, T. C. (2004). Bridging the Gap Between Evidence-based Innovation and National Health-sector Reform in Ghana: Studies in Family Planning Vol 35(3) Sep 2004, 161-177.
  • Bagley, C., & Young, L. (1988). Evaluation of color and ethnicity in young children in Jamaica, Ghana, England, and Canada: International Journal of Intercultural Relations Vol 12(1) 1988, 45-60.
  • Baiden, F., Akanlu, G., Hodgson, A., Akweongo, P., Debpuur, C., & Binka, F. (2007). Using lay counsellors to promote community-based voluntary counselling and HIV testing in rural Northern Ghana: A baseline survey on community acceptance and stigma: Journal of Biosocial Science Vol 39(5) Sep 2007, 721-733.
  • Baiden, F., Remes, P., Baiden, R., Williams, J., Hodgson, A., Boelaert, M., et al. (2005). Voluntary counseling and HIV testing for pregnant women in the Kassena-Nankana district of northern Ghana: Is couple counseling the way forward? : AIDS Care Vol 17(5) Jul 2005, 648-657.
  • Barimah, K. B., & Nelson, G. (1993). Empowerment in a supplementary food program in a rural community in Ghana: International Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol 14(2) 1993-1994, 173-190.
  • Batse, Z. K. (1987). Interrelationships between infant/child mortality and reproductive behavior: An examination of evidence from Ghana: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Belcher, D. W., & et al. (1976). Rural health examination survey in Ghana: Nonresponse factors: Public Health Reports Vol 91(4) Jul-Aug 1976, 368-372.
  • Belcher, D. W., & et al. (1978). Attitudes towards family size and family planning in rural Ghana-Danfa Project: 1972 survey findings: Journal of Biosocial Science Vol 10(1) Jan 1978, 59-79.
  • Benefo, K. D., Tsui, A. O., & Johnson, J. D. G. (1994). Ethnic differentials in child-spacing ideals and practices in Ghana: Journal of Biosocial Science Vol 26(3) Jul 1994, 311-326.
  • Bennett, D., Sharpe, M., Freeman, C., & Carson, A. (2004). Anorexia nervosa among female secondary school students in Ghana: British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 185(4) Oct 2004, 312-317.
  • Bezanson, K. A. (1973). A study of uncertainty behavior in a girls' school in Ghana: The existence of appropriate incertitudes, its teachability and generalizability in the classroom: Dissertation Abstracts International Vol.
  • Bhatia, J. C. (1979). An analysis of reproductive norms and behavior in rural Ghana (West Africa): Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Bhola, H. S. (2000). A Discourse on Impact Evaluation: A Model and its Application to a Literacy Intervention in Ghana: Evaluation: The International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice Vol 6(2) Apr 2000, 161-178.
  • Bierlich, B. (2000). Injections and the fear of death: An essay on the limits of biomedicine among the Dagomba of Northern Ghana: Social Science & Medicine Vol 50(5) Mar 2000, 703-713.
  • Biney, E. P. (1982). Policy, law and plan for educating gifted and talented children and youth in Ghana: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Boafo, S. T. K., & Aryeetey, E. (1990). Practical constraints in social field research in Ghana. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
  • Boakye, C. (2004). An Analysis of Student Teaching Practice in Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 12(2) 2004, 69-86.
  • Boateng, B. A. (2007). Technology in education: A critical social examination of a rural secondary school in Ghana. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Boateng, W. (2000). Community perception of male sterilization: The case of greater Accra region of Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 8(1) 2000, 195-211.
  • Boateng, W. (2001). A study on the psychology of land use: The case of Eastern region of Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 9(2) 2001, 113-126.
  • Bonsu, S. K., & Belk, R. W. (2003). Do Not Go Cheaply into That Good Night: Death-Ritual Consumption in Asante, Ghana: Journal of Consumer Research Vol 30(1) Jun 2003, 41-55.
  • Bonsu, S. K., & Zwick, D. (2007). Exploring consumer ethics in Ghana, West Africa: International Journal of Consumer Studies Vol 31(6) Nov 2007, 648-655.
  • Bosompra, K. (1991). The potential of drama and songs as channels for AIDS education in Africa: A report on focus group findings from Ghana: International Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol 12(4) 1991-1992, 317-342.
  • Bosompra, K. (2001). Determinants of condom use intentions of university students in Ghana: An application of the theory of reasoned action: Social Science & Medicine Vol 52(7) Apr 2001, 1057-1069.
  • Brautigam, W., & Osei, Y. (1979). Psychosomatic illness concept and psychotherapy among the Akan of Ghana: The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie Vol 24(5) Aug 1979, 451-457.
  • Brugha, R. (1994). HIV counselling and care programmes at the district level in Ghana: AIDS Care Vol 6(2) 1994, 129-137.
  • Clignet, R. P., & Foster, P. (1964). Potential elites in Ghana and the Ivory Coast. A preliminary comparison: American Journal of Sociology 70(3) 1964, 349-362.
  • Danquah, S. A. (1976). A preliminary survey of beliefs about severely retarded children in Ghana: Psychopathologie Africaine Vol 12(2) 1976, 189-197.
  • Danquah, S. A. (1979). An experimental approach to language development with severely retarded children in Ghana: Psychopathologie Africaine Vol 15(1) 1979, 43-49.
  • Danquah, S. A. (1982). The practice of behavior therapy in West Africa: The case of Ghana: Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry Vol 13(1) Mar 1982, 5-13.
  • Danquah, S. A. (1987). School psychology on Ghana: Journal of School Psychology Vol 25(3) Fal 1987, 247-253.
  • Danquah, S. A., Morson, J., & Ghanney, E. (1976). Mentally retarded children in hospital and school and home for mentally retarded children in Ghana: Psychopathologie Africaine Vol 12(2) 1976, 199-205.
  • De-Graft Aikins, A. (2004). Strengthening Quality and Continuity of Diabetes Care in Rural Ghana: A Critical Social Psychological Approach: Journal of Health Psychology Vol 9(2) Mar 2004, 295-309.
  • de-Graft Aikins, A. (2006). Refraining Applied Disease Stigma Research: A Multilevel Analysis of Diabetes Stigma in Ghana: Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology Vol 16(6) Nov-Dec 2006, 426-441.
  • Dodoo, F. N.-A. (1992). Female education, age, parity, and reproduction cessation in Ghana: Social Biology Vol 39(1-2) Spr-Sum 1992, 102-108.
  • Dodoo, F. N.-A. (1994). Relative spousal status and child health in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of Ghana: Sociological Quarterly Vol 35(3) Aug 1994, 507-519.
  • Donkor, E. S., & Sandall, J. (2007). The impact of perceived stigma and mediating social factors on infertility-related stress among women seeking infertility treatment in Southern Ghana: Social Science & Medicine Vol 65(8) Oct 2007, 1683-1694.
  • Dugbartey, A. T., Dugbartey, M. T., & Apedo, M. Y. (1998). Delayed neuropsychiatric effects of malaria in Ghana: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease Vol 186(3) Mar 1998, 183-186.
  • Earley, P. C. (1984). Social interaction: The frequency of use and valuation in the United States, England, and Ghana: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology Vol 15(4) Dec 1984, 477-485.
  • Ejikeme, A. (2007). Review of Making men in Ghana: Men and Masculinities Vol 10(2) Oct 2007, 256-258.
  • Eshun, B. A. (1998). Ghana: Education in a multicultural context. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Eshun, S. (1999). Cultural variations in hopelessness, optimism, and suicidal ideation: A study of Ghana and U. S. college samples: Cross-Cultural Research: The Journal of Comparative Social Science Vol 33(3) Aug 1999, 227-238.
  • Eshun, S. (2000). Role of gender and rumination in suicide ideation: A comparison of college samples from Ghana and the United States: Cross-Cultural Research: The Journal of Comparative Social Science Vol 34(3) Aug 2000, 250-263.
  • Eshun, S., Chang, E. C., & Owusu, V. (1998). Cultural and gender differences in responses to depressive mood. A study of college students in Ghana and the U.S.A: Personality and Individual Differences Vol 24(4) Apr 1998, 581-583.
  • Essuman, J. K. (1999). The history of guidance and counselling in Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 7(2) 1999, 22-43.
  • Ewusi-Mensah, I. (2001). Post colonial psychiatric care in Ghana: Psychiatric Bulletin Vol 25(6) Jun 2001, 228-229.
  • Fallon, K. M. (2003). Transforming women's citizenship rights within an emerging democratic state: The case of Ghana: Gender & Society Vol 17(4) Aug 2003, 525-543.
  • Feldman, M. (1968). Eidetic Imagery in Ghana: a Cross-Cultural Will-O'-the-Wisp? : Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied 69(2) 1968, 259-269.
  • Fiadzo, E. D., Houston, J. E., & Godwin, D. D. (2001). Estimating housing quality for poverty and development policy analysis: CWIQ in Ghana: Social Indicators Research Vol 53(2) Feb 2001, 137-162.
  • Fisher, J., Epstein, L. J., & Harris, M. R. (1967). Validity of the Psychiatric Interview: Predicting the Effectiveness of the First Peace Corps Volunteers in Ghana: Archives of General Psychiatry 17(6) 1967, 744-750.
  • Fobih, D. K. (1987). Social-psychological factors associated with school dropout in the Eastern Region of Ghana: Journal of Negro Education Vol 56(2) Spr 1987, 229-239.
  • Forbes, M. Y. (1997). A comparative analysis of health beliefs and birth outcomes of two ethnic groups in two regional hospitals of Ghana, West Africa. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Forjuoh, S. N. (1995). Pattern of intentional burns to children in Ghana: Child Abuse & Neglect Vol 19(7) Jul 1995, 837-841.
  • Frederick, D. A., Buchanan, G. M., Sadehgi-Azar, L., Peplau, L. A., Haselton, M. G., Berezovskaya, A., et al. (2007). Desiring the muscular ideal: Men's body satisfaction in the United States, Ukraine, and Ghana: Psychology of Men & Masculinity Vol 8(2) Apr 2007, 103-117.
  • Geelhoed, D., Nayembil, D., Asare, K., van Leeuwen, J. H. S., & van Roosmalen, J. (2002). Gender and unwanted pregnancy: A community-based study in rural Ghana: Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology Vol 23(4) Dec 2002, 249-255.
  • Geurts, K. L. (1999). Sensory perception and embodiment in Anlo-Ewe cultural logic and symbolic life. (West Africa, Ghana). Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Glasu, M. R. (1985). Occupational preferences among secondary school students in Ghana: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Gokah, T. K. (2007). Health education in rural settings in Ghana: A methodological approach: Health Education Research Vol 22(6) Dec 2007, 907-917.
  • Goody, E., & Bennett, J. (2001). Literacy for Gonja and Birifor children in Northern Ghana. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Gray, B., Morgan, G. T., & Shirer, R. (2001). Condom Use and Partner Characteristics Among Young Adult Males in Urban Ghana, Aged 15-24: Social Biology Vol 48(3-4) Fal-Win 2001, 234-255.
  • Grindal, B. (1972). Growing up in two worlds: Education and transition among the Sisala of northern Ghana. Oxford, England: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.
  • Gyapong, M., Gyapong, J. O., Adjei, S., & Vlassoff, C. (1996). Filariasis in northern Ghana: Some cultural beliefs and practices and their implications for disease control: Social Science & Medicine Vol 43(2) Jul 1996, 235-242.
  • Gyasi Obeng, S. (2000). Speaking the unspeakable: Discursive strategies to express language attitudes in Legon (Ghana) graffiti: Research on Language and Social Interaction Vol 33(3) 2000, 291-319.
  • Gyima, S. O., Maxim, P., & White, J. (2005). Cohort Perspectives on Women's Educational Attainment and the Timing of Parenthood in Ghana: Journal of Family and Economic Issues Vol 26(1) Mar 2005, 123-142.
  • Gyimah, E. K. (2000). Identification and assessment procedures for children with disabilities in Ghana: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 8(2) 2000, 74-83.
  • Gyimah, S. O. (2005). The Dynamics of Timing and Spacing of Births in Ghana: Journal of Comparative Family Studies Vol 36(1) Win 2005, 41-60.
  • Gyimah, S. O. (2006). Cultural Background and Infant Survival in Ghana: Ethnicity & Health Vol 11(2) May 2006, 101-120.
  • Gyimah, S. O., Takyi, B. K., & Addai, I. (2006). Challenges to the reproductive-health needs of African women: On religion and maternal health utilization in Ghana: Social Science & Medicine Vol 62(12) Jun 2006, 2930-2944.
  • Haruna, P. F. (2000). An empirical evaluation of motivation and leadership among career public administrators: The case of Ghana. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Hawkins, S. (2006). Writing and Kinship in Northern Ghana: From Cowry Payments to Paper Documents. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Hindin, M. J., Kincaid, D. L., Kumah, O. M., Morgan, W., & et al. (1994). Gender differences in media exposure and action during a family planning campaign in Ghana: Health Communication Vol 6(2) 1994, 117-135.
  • Hunsberger, B., Owusu, V., & Duck, R. (1999). Religion and prejudice in Ghana and Canada: Religious fundamentalism, right-wing authoritarianism and attitudes toward homosexuals and women: International Journal for the Psychology of Religion Vol 9(3) 1999, 181-194.
  • Jahoda, G. (1966). Geometric illusions and environment: A study in Ghana: British Journal of Psychology 57(1-2) 1966, 193-199.
  • Jahoda, G. (1981). Drawing styles of schooled and unschooled adults: A study in Ghana: The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology A: Human Experimental Psychology Vol 33A(2) May 1981, 133-143.
  • Jahoda, G. (1981). The influence of schooling on adult recall of familiar stimuli: A study in Ghana: International Journal of Psychology Vol 16(1) Mar 1981, 59-71.
  • Jenkins, M. W., & Scott, B. (2007). Behavioral indicators of household decision-making and demand for sanitation and potential gains from social marketing in Ghana: Social Science & Medicine Vol 64(12) Jun 2007, 2427-2442.
  • Kannae, L. A. (1993). The masculine side of family planning: Male government employees' attitudes and use of family planning methods in Ghana: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Kassah, A. K. (1998). Community-based rehabilitation and stigma management by physically disabled people in Ghana: Disability and Rehabilitation: An International, Multidisciplinary Journal Vol 20(2) Feb 1998, 66-73.
  • Kissah-Korsah, K., Abane, A. M., & Awusabo-Asare, K. (2005). Cost of Traffic Accidents in Ghana: Empirical Evidence from Accra: IFE Psychologia: An International Journal Vol 13(1) 2005, 55-73.
  • Kline, P. (1967). The Use of the Cattell 16 P. F. Test and Eysenck's E.P.I. with a Literate Population in Ghana: British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology 6(2) 1967, 97-107.
  • Kline, P. (1969). The anal character: A cross-cultural study in Ghana: British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology 8(2) 1969, 201-210.
  • Kline, P., & Mohan, J. (1974). Cultural differences in item endorsements in a personality test-Ai3Q-in India, Ghana, and Great Britain: Journal of Social Psychology Vol 94(1) Oct 1974, 137-138.
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