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Madu, S. N., Baguma, P., & Pritz, A.. (1997). African traditional healing: Psychotherapeutic investigations (p. 262). Vienna: Facultas Universitaetsverlag.
Baguma, P. (1992). AIDS related stigma, personal risks and career objectives among Makerere medical students. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 2.
Baguma, P. (2000). Analysis of university graduate recruitment results. presented at the 12/2000, Kampala: Uganda Public Service Commission.
Baguma, P. (2002). Attitudes towards HIV-antibody testing among university students in four African Countries. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 24.
Baguma, P. (1996). Attributions and coping among people with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. 26th International Congress of Psychology. Montreal, Canada.
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Baguma, P. (2000). The causes of employee turnover in Civil Aviation Authority Uganda. presented at the 12/2000, Entebbe: Civil Aviation Authority.
Kikooma, J. F. (2006). The changing nature of the HR function: a case study of UBL. In 1st Annual Academic Workshop. presented at the 03/2006, Senate Building, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.
Baguma, P. (1995). The costs and benefits of traditional healing of AIDS in Uganda. 10th International Conference on AIDS and STD in Africa. Challenges and Hopes. Kamapal Uganda.
Baguma, P. (1999). A cross-cultural comparison of intelligence form three countries. In International Conference on Personality in the Life . presented at the 01/1999, Finland: Jyväskylä University.
Baguma, P. (1994). Cross-cultural differences in the evaluation of male and female body shapes. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 15(1).
Hakansson, K., & Baguma, P.. (2010). Crossing borders with technology in a university course. In XIV world congress world council of comparative education societies (wcces) . presented at the 06/2010, ISTANBUL.

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