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Edu   Ahmed, R., Naqvi, Z., & Wolfhagen, I. (2005). Psychomotor skills for the undergraduate medical curriculum in a developing country: Pakistan. Education for Health: Change in Learning & Practice, 18(1), 5-13.
Edu   Almas, I., & Ibrahim, F. A. (1985). Preparation of counsellors in Pakistan: A proposed model [Tenth International Round Table for the Advancement of Counselling: Working group: The training of counsellors (1982, Lausanne, Switzerland)]. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 8(4), 323-327.
   G   Ansari, Z. A. (1987). Teaching and research in psychology in Pakistan: A country report. (Contact No. 381.070.6[86/84][86]). Bangkok, Thailand: UNESCO.
   G   Ansari, Z. A. (1990). Pakistan. In G. Shouksmith & E. A. Shouksmith (Eds.), Psychology in Asia and the Pacific: Status reports on teaching and research in eleven countries. [RUSHAP Series on Occasional Monographs and Papers] (No. 34, pp. 139-161). Bangkok, Thailand: UNESCO.
   G   Ansari, Z. A. (1992). Pakistan. In V. S. Sexton & J. D. Hogan (Eds.), International psychology: Views from around the world (2nd ed., pp. 324-330). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
   G   Ansari, Z. A., Tariqu, P. N., Zaman, R., Chowdhri, S., & Watanabe, S. (Eds.). (1986). New directions in Pakistani psychology. Islamabad, Pakistan: PPA.
IFP   d'Ydewalle, G. (Ed.). (1993). Pakistan. In The IUPsyS directory: Major research institutes and departments of psychology (p. 122). Hove, UK: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Ltd.
S-2   Hennink, M., Rana, I., & Iqbal, R. (2005). Knowledge of personal and sexual development amongst young people in Pakistan. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 7(4), 319-332.
S-1   Ibrahim, F. A. , Almas, I. (1983). Guidance and counseling in Pakistan. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 6(2), 93-98.
S-2   Kazi, A., Fatmi, Z., Hatcher, J., Kadir, M., Niaz, U., & Wasserman, G. (2006, September). Social environment and depression among pregnant women in urban areas of Pakistan: Importance of social relations. Social Science & Medicine, 63(6), 1466-1476.
S-1   Khan, M. (2006, December). When mountains weep: Psychological care for those affected by the earthquake in northern Pakistan. Psychiatric Bulletin, 30(12), 454-456.
S-2   Khan, N., & Smith, P. B. (2003). Profiling the politically violent in Pakistan: Self-construals and values. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 9, 277-295.
S   Khattak, S. (2007, March). Comparative perspectives symposium: Women in refugee camps living on the edges: Afghan women and refugee camp management in Pakistan. Signs, 32(3), 575-579.
S-1   Minhas, F., & Nizami, A. (2006). Somatoform disorders: Perspectives from Pakistan. International Review of Psychiatry, 18(1), 55-60.
S-1   Mirza, I., Mujtaba, M., Chaudhry, H., & Jenkins, R. (2006, August). Primary mental health care in rural Punjab, Pakistan: Providers, and user perspectives of the effectiveness of treatments. Social Science & Medicine, 63(3), 593-597.
   G   Moghni, S. M. (1987). Development of modern psychology in Pakistan. In G. H. Blowers, & A. M. Turtle (Eds.), Psychology moving East: The status of Western psychology in Asia and Oceania (ch. 1, pp. 23-38). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
S-2   Mumford, D., Ayub, M., Karim, R., Izhar, N., Asif, A., & Bavington, J. (2005). Development and validation of a questionnaire for anxiety and depression in Pakistan. Journal of Affective Disorders, 88(2), 175-182.
G   Naqvi, H., & Khan, M. (2005). Use of electroconvulsive therapy at a university hospital in Karachi, Pakistan: A 13-year naturalistic review. Journal of ECT, 21(3), 158-161.
S   Nawab, B., Nyborg, I., Esser, K., & Jenssen, P. (2006, September). Cultural preferences in designing ecological sanitation systems in North West Frontier Province, Pakistan. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 26(3), 236-246.
LCS   Pakistan Psychological Association. (1987, April). Standards for practicing psychology. Newsletter of the Pakistan Psychological Association.
Edu   Qamar, S. (2007). School psychology in Pakistan. In S. R. Jimerson, T. Oakland, & P. T. Farrell (Eds.), The handbook of international school psychology (pp. 295-298). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Edu   Rahman, A., Nizami, A., Minhas, A., Niazi, R., Slatch, M., & Minhas, F. (2006). E-mental health in Pakistan: A pilot study of training and supervision in child psychiatry using the internet. Psychiatric Bulletin, 30(4), 149-152.
   G   Rahman, N. K. (2004). Psychology in Pakistan. In M. J. Stevens & D. Wedding (Eds.), Handbook of international psychology (pp. 243-260). New York: Brunner-Routledge.
S-1   Syed, E., Hussein, S., & Yousafzai, A. (2007, September). Developing services with limited resources: Establishing a CAMHS in Pakistan. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 12(3), 121-124.
   G   Zaidi, S. M. H. (1975). Frontiers of psychological research in Pakistan. Karachi: Department of Psychology, Karachi University.
   G   Zaidi, S. M. H. (1976). Pakistan. In V. S. Sexton & H. Misiak (Eds.), Psychology around the world (pp. 329-340). Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole.
S-1   Zaman, R.M. (1991). Clinical psychology in Pakistan. Psychology in Developing Societies, 3(2), 221-234.
S-1   Zaman, R.M. (1992). Psychotherapy in the third world: Some impressions from Pakistan. In U. P. Gielen, L. L. Adler, & N. A. Milgram (Eds.), Psychology in international perspective: 50 years of the International Council of Psychologists (ch. 22, pp. 314-321). Amsterdam: Swets and Zeitlinger.

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