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1998
Baguma, P. (1998). The relationship between AIDS attributions, negative affect and coping among people with AIDS in Uganda. In the second African Conference on Psychotherapy. presented at the 11/1998, South Africa: University of the North, Sovenga.
Baguma, P. (1998). The situation of the urban working children in Kampala city, Uganda. In International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD) conference. presented at the 23/1998, Windhoek: University of Namibia.
1997
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1997). African traditional healing: Psychotherapeutic investigations (p. 262). Vienna: Facultas Universitaetsverlag.
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1997). Traditional healers treatment of chronic diseases in Uganda: The case of AIDS. African traditional healing: Psychotherapeutic investigation. Vienna, World Council for Psychotherapy.
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1997). Traditional healers treatment of chronic diseases in Uganda: The case of AIDS. African traditional healing: Psychotherapeutic investigation. Vienna, World Council for Psychotherapy.
1996
Baguma, P. (1996). Attributions and coping among people with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. 26th International Congress of Psychology. Montreal, Canada.
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1996). Group Psychotherapy with people with HIV/ AIDS in Uganda. Psychotherapy in Africa: First investigations. Vienna, World Council for Psychotherapy.
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1996). The significance of the AIDS healing cults in Uganda. African traditional healing: Psychotherapeutic investigation. Vienna, World Council for Psychotherapy. Vienna.
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1996). The traditional healing of AIDS in Uganda. World Council for Psychotherapy.
Baguma, P. (1996). The Traditional healing system and AIDS in the central region of Uganda. In 1st Congress of the World Council for Psychotherapy. presented at the 06-07/1996, Vienna.
Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1996). The training of traditional healers in African settings. Psychotherapy in Africa: First investigations. World Council for Psychotherapy.
1990
Baguma, P. (1990). The inferior Blacks: Early Winners, late Losers. The Weekly Topic. presented at the 05/1990.
Baguma, P. (1990). What Ugandan Managers can learn from Japan?. The Weekly Topic. presented at the Nov./Dec, 1990.

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