THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL TYPE AND PERCEIVED JOB CHARACTERISTICS ON ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR OF WORKERS IN ANAMBRA STATE

THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL TYPE AND PERCEIVED JOB CHARACTERISTICS ON ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR OF WORKERS IN ANAMBRA STATE ABSTRACT The study described the influence of organizational type of perceived job characteristics on organizational citizenship behaviour of workers in Anambra State. A total of 250 participants were used in public and organized private sectors respectively. Job …

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STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT

STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT ABSTRACT The study investigated the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment among officers of the Nigeria Immigration service in Anambra state. The population of the study was made up of one hundred (100) questionnaires measuring job satisfaction and organizational commitments were randomly distributed to …

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STIGMA CONSCIOUSNESS, COPING STRATEGIES AND CD4 COUNTS OF PERSONS WITH HIV/AIDS

STIGMA CONSCIOUSNESS, COPING STRATEGIES AND CD4 COUNTS OF PERSONS WITH HIV/AIDS ABSTRACT The study examined the influence of stigma consciousness (a belief or feeling that one will be negatively stereotyped by others) and coping strategies (social support, information and problem) on the CD4 counts (measure of immune system) of People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in …

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, JOB SATISFACTORY AND PERFORMANCE AMONG OFFICER OF NIGERIA POLICE FORCE

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, JOB SATISFACTORY AND PERFORMANCE AMONG OFFICER OF NIGERIA POLICE FORCE ABSTRACT This is a research study on the relationship between organizational commitment, job satisfaction and performance among officers of Nigerian Police Forces. One hundred and sixteen officers of Nigerian Police Force who were randomly selected from several police stations in Anambra …

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN  FAKE  DRUGS  AND  PEOPLE’S  PERCEPTION  OF HEALTHCARE  DELIVERY  SYSTEM  IN  ONITSHA  URBAN

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN  FAKE  DRUGS  AND  PEOPLE’S  PERCEPTION  OF HEALTHCARE  DELIVERY  SYSTEM  IN  ONITSHA  URBAN.  ABSTRACT This study was conducted to assess the relationship between fake drug (FD) use and people’s attitude towards healthcare delivery system (HCDS). Participants (n = 103) were both healthcare providers (56) and consumers (47). 36 were males and 67 were females …

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EFFECT OF GENDER AND FAMILIES SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN IDEMILI – SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE

EFFECT OF GENDER AND FAMILIES SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN IDEMILI – SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE ABSTRACT The study centered on the effect of gender and socio-economic status on academic performance. Hundred students (43 males and 52 females) from Idemili-South Local Government Area were used in the …

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DEMOGRAPHIC AND ORGANISATIONAL ANTECEDENTS OF COMMITMENT AMONG SME EMPLOYEES IN IMO STATE NIGERIA

DEMOGRAPHIC AND ORGANISATIONAL ANTECEDENTS OF COMMITMENT AMONG SME EMPLOYEES IN IMO STATE NIGERIA ABSTRACT The study examined some demographic (gender, age, length of service, educational qualification and marital status) and organisational (level of job tension and perceived job characteristics) antecedents of commitment among employees of fourteen SMEs in Imo State of Nigeria. A total of …

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YOUTHS EXPOSURE TO MEDIA VIOLENCE: GENDER DIFFERENCES AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL–BEING 

YOUTHS EXPOSURE TO MEDIA VIOLENCE: GENDER DIFFERENCES AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL–BEING  ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to determine the gender difference on youth exposure to media violence and their psychological well-being. A four part questionnaire was used for this study to obtain the responses of the youths aged between 15 and 25 years drawn …

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INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL PERSONALITY ON OFFSPRING PERSONALITY TRAITS.

INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL PERSONALITY ON OFFSPRING PERSONALITY TRAITS. ABSTRACT This study investigated the influence of parental personality trait on offspring personality trait in metropolis. Three hundred participants including 168 males and 132 females were recruited. The males were paired as father-son (84 fathers – 84 sons) the females were paired as mother-daughter (66 mothers – …

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ROLE OF STRESS, PERSONALITY AND SELF BLAME ON SUICIDAL IDEATION AMONG ANAMBRA STATE PRISON INMATES

ROLE OF STRESS, PERSONALITY AND SELF BLAME ON SUICIDAL IDEATION AMONG ANAMBRA STATE PRISON INMATES ABSTRACT The study investigated the role of stress, personality and self blame on suicidal ideation among prison inmates. Two hundred and ninety six (296) prison inmates (males= 258, females= 38) drawn from two prison yards in Anambra State, participated in …

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ROLE OF TRAUMA EXPOSURE, EMOTION REGULATION AND NEUROTICISM ON SLEEP QUALITY AMONG POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

ROLE OF TRAUMA EXPOSURE, EMOTION REGULATION AND NEUROTICISM ON SLEEP QUALITY AMONG POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS ABSTRACT The current study investigated the role of trauma exposure, emotion regulation, and neuroticism on sleep quality among postgraduate students. Four hundred and four post- graduate students   (males=228, females=176) participated in the study.  The students’ ages ranged from 22 years to …

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SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE AMONG NURSING MOTHERS IN ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA

SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE AMONG NURSING MOTHERS IN ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA ABSTRACT This study examined the socio-cultural factors associated with EBF practices in Enugu state. A cross-sectional survey of 1,734 nursing mothers who were breastfeeding their infants as at the time of the study was conducted in eight Local Government Areas (LGAs) …

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THE EFFECT OF FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES ON THE WORK COMMITMENT OF PROFESSIONAL WOMEN WORKERS

THE EFFECT OF FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES ON THE WORK COMMITMENT OF PROFESSIONAL WOMEN WORKERS ABSTRACT This study investigated the effect of family responsibility on work commitment of professional women workers. Two hundred (200) women employees engaged in the financial institutions were used as participants. One hundred and twenty (120) were unmarried while eighty (80) were married. …

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THE INFLUENCE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION, GENDER AND LOCALITY ON ALTRUISM

THE INFLUENCE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION, GENDER AND LOCALITY ON ALTRUISM ABSTRACT This study investigated the- influence of Christian religious affiliation, gender and locality on altruism. Three hundred and twenty-one staff (Christians) from the randomly selected local government secretariats of Anambra State, Nigeria, voluntarily participated in the study. Three hypotheses were postulated and tested. The …

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THE INFLUENCE OF SHIFT WORK AND OCCUPATIONAL STRESS ON JOB SATISFACTION AMONG POLICE

THE INFLUENCE OF SHIFT WORK AND OCCUPATIONAL STRESS ON JOB SATISFACTION AMONG POLICE ABSTRACT The study investigated the influence of work and occupational stress on employee’s job satisfaction. Two hundred and fifty (250) participants were used for the study. Two hypotheses involving shift and non-shift work, high and low occupational stress were tested. Two instruments …

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TOLERANCE TO CHANGE, PERSONALITY AND AGE DIFFERENCES IN ACCEPTANCE OF TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AMONG CIVIL SERVANTS

TOLERANCE TO CHANGE, PERSONALITY AND AGE DIFFERENCES IN ACCEPTANCE OF TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AMONG CIVIL SERVANTS ABSTRACT This survey studied Tolerance to change personality and age differences in the acceptance of technology innovation among civil servants. Four hundred and thirty (430) non academic civil servants were selected through convenient sampling to participate in the study. The …

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WORK ENGAGEMENT AND WORK-LIFE BALANCE AS PREDICTORS OF PRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOUR AMONG COMMERCIAL BANK EMPLOYEES

WORK ENGAGEMENT AND WORK-LIFE BALANCE AS PREDICTORS OF PRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIOUR AMONG COMMERCIAL BANK EMPLOYEES ABSTRACT This study examined the contributions of work engagement and work-life balance in productive work behaviour among 250 commercial bank employees. The participants composed of 148 (59.2%) males and 102 (40.8%) females who completed self-report measures of work engagement and …

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PERSONALITY, FAMILY CONFLICT AND AGE IN MARRIAGE AS PREDICTORS OF POSTPARTUM DISTRESS

PERSONALITY, FAMILY CONFLICT AND AGE IN MARRIAGE AS PREDICTORS OF POSTPARTUM DISTRESS ABSTRACT The study investigated personality, family conflict and age in marriage as predictors of postpartum distress. Two hundred and seven (207) women in their postpartum period participated in the study and were purposefully drawn from Federal Medical Center and Specialist Hospital Lokoja. Three …

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ROLE OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, PERSONALITY AND SENSATION SEEKING IN SOCIAL WELL-BEING OF UNDERGRADUATES.

ROLE OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, PERSONALITY AND SENSATION SEEKING IN SOCIAL WELL-BEING OF UNDERGRADUATES. ABSTRACT This study investigated the role of civic engagement, personality and sensation seeking on the social well-being of undergraduates. Participants were four hundred and fifty one (451) undergraduates. Their ages ranged between 16 to 35 years, with a mean age of 22.07. …

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ROLE OF CORE SELF-EVALUATIONS, SELF-MONITORING AND SUPERVISORY SUPPORT ON TAKING CHARGE AT WORK

ROLE OF CORE SELF-EVALUATIONS, SELF-MONITORING AND SUPERVISORY SUPPORT ON TAKING CHARGE AT WORK ABSTRACT In this study the relationship between core self-evaluations, self-monitoring, supervisory support and taking charge was examined cross-sectionally among sales employees drawn from three (3) mobile money organizations. Supervisory ratings of subordinates’ taking charge behaviour were collected and matched with 200 subordinates’ …

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ROLE OF CULTURAL VARIATIONS, SELF-ESTEEM AND GENDER IN WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT

ROLE OF CULTURAL VARIATIONS, SELF-ESTEEM AND GENDER IN WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT ABSTRACT The research study investigated the roles of cultural variations, self-esteem and gender in work-family conflict. Seven hundred and thirty six (736) self selected workers  drawn from six randomly selected federal institutions in three geo-political zones in Nigeria participated in the study. The institutions include:  …

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ROLE OF PARENTAL EDUCATION, SELF- EFFICACY AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION IN ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENT AMONG NIGERIAN UNDERGRADUATES

ROLE OF PARENTAL EDUCATION, SELF- EFFICACY AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION IN ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENT AMONG NIGERIAN UNDERGRADUATES ABSTRACT The study investigated role of parental education, self-efficacy and achievement motivation in academic engagement among three hundred and fifty-six (356) university of Nigeria, Nsukka undergraduates, (male and female). Three instruments including demographic data were used in the study: The …

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ROLE OF PERSONALITY, LENGTH OF SERVICE AND GENDER AS DETERMINANTS OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION STYLE AMONGST WORKERS

ROLE OF PERSONALITY, LENGTH OF SERVICE AND GENDER AS DETERMINANTS OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION STYLE AMONGST WORKERS ABSTRACT This study examined personality, length of service and gender as   determinants of conflict resolution style among workers. 174 participants comprising of 79 males and 95 females from public service were randomly selected by means of simple random sampling …

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ROLE OF POVERTY, GENDER AND PERCEPTION OF HIV-AIDS ON STUDENTS’ SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIOUR

ROLE OF POVERTY, GENDER AND PERCEPTION OF HIV-AIDS ON STUDENTS’ SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIOUR ABSTRACT The study investigated the role of poverty, gender and perception of HIV/AIDS on students sexual risk behaviour. Participants were 600 students enrolled in different courses (NCE1-111) in College of Education, Jalingo, Taraba State, Nigeria. The independent variables were poverty, gender and …

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ROLE OF RELIGIOUS COMMITMENT, COPING STRATEGIES AND SOCIAL SUPPORT IN LEARNED HELPLESSNESS AMONG HIV/AIDS PATIENTS.

ROLE OF RELIGIOUS COMMITMENT, COPING STRATEGIES AND SOCIAL SUPPORT IN LEARNED HELPLESSNESS AMONG HIV/AIDS PATIENTS. ABSTRACT This study investigated the role of religious commitment, coping strategies and social support in learned helplessness among HIV/AIDS patients. One hundred and eighty seven (187) patients (93 males and 94 females) between the ages of 19-64 (M=37.7, SD 11.55) …

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ROLE OF SELF-ESTEEM AND GENDER IN SELF-REPORT DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG ADOLESCENTS

ROLE OF SELF-ESTEEM AND GENDER IN SELF-REPORT DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG ADOLESCENTS ABSTRACT The study investigated the role of self-esteem and gender in self-report of depressive symptoms among adolescents in a sample of two hundred and sixty one (261) Secondary School Students in Enugu State Capital of Enugu State of Nigeria comprising adolescents from various socio-economic …

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LEADER MEMBER EXCHANGE, PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT, AND ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST AS ANTECEDENTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR AMONG TEACHERS

LEADER MEMBER EXCHANGE, PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT, AND ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST AS ANTECEDENTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR AMONG TEACHERS ABSTRACT This empirical study examined leader member exchange, psychological empowerment, and organizational trust as antecedents of organizational citizenship behaviour among teachers. Two hundred and fifty five (255) teachers comprising 127 males and 128 females were randomly selected using cross …

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LIFE SATISFACTION, SOCIAL SUPPORT AND RELIGIOSITY AS PREDICTORS OF PRE-RETIREMENT ANXIETY

LIFE SATISFACTION, SOCIAL SUPPORT AND RELIGIOSITY AS PREDICTORS OF PRE-RETIREMENT ANXIETY ABSTRACT This study investigated life satisfaction, social support and religiosity as predictors of pre-retirement anxiety among civil servants in Enugu metropolis. Two hundred and twenty eight (228) prospective retirees comprising 145 males and 83 females, with age range of 45 to 60 years (M …

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MATERIALISM, WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND GENDER IN MARITAL SATISFACTION

MATERIALISM, WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND GENDER IN MARITAL SATISFACTION ABSTRACT The study examined the role of materialism, work-family conflict and age in marital satisfaction. Three hundred and eighteen (150 married men and 168 married women) academic and non-academic staff of Meteorological Training Institute, Obosi, aged between 20 and 70 years with mean age of 45 participated …

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MODERATING ROLE OF EMOTION REGULATION ON RELATIONSHIP OF EVENT CENTRALITY AND POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER SYMPTOMS AMONG INTERNALLY DISPLACED TIV PERSONS

MODERATING ROLE OF EMOTION REGULATION ON RELATIONSHIP OF EVENT CENTRALITY AND POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER SYMPTOMS AMONG INTERNALLY DISPLACED TIV PERSONS ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to examine the association between trauma centrality, emotion regulation strategies, and PTSD symptoms. It was also aimed at testing the nature of association between event centrality and PTSD …

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MOTIVATION, PERSONALITY AND CULTURAL ATTRIBUTION OF CAUSALITY AS FACTORS IN SENSE OF HOME SAFETY AMONG STAFF OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

MOTIVATION, PERSONALITY AND CULTURAL ATTRIBUTION OF CAUSALITY AS FACTORS IN SENSE OF HOME SAFETY AMONG STAFF OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA ABSTRACT The study used a cross-sectional design and hierarchical multiple linear regression, including Heyes Mediation Analysis, to examine motivation, personality and cultural attribution of causality in home safety behaviour among 957 teaching and non-teaching …

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MUSIC PREFERENCE, PARENTAL MONITORING AND GENDER AS FACTORS IN ADOLESCENTS’ SEXUAL PERMISSIVENESS

MUSIC PREFERENCE, PARENTAL MONITORING AND GENDER AS FACTORS IN ADOLESCENTS’ SEXUAL PERMISSIVENESS ABSTRACT This study was a survey aimed at ascertaining whether music preference, parental monitoring and gender are factors in adolescent sexual permissiveness. A sample of 405 adolescents were drawn from three secondary schools within Igbo-Eze South Local Government Area, Enugu State. Three instruments …

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ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE, WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND RESILIENCE AS PREDICTORS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS AMONG TELECOMMUNICATION WORKERS

ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE, WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND RESILIENCE AS PREDICTORS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS AMONG TELECOMMUNICATION WORKERS ABSTRACT The study examined organizational climate, work family conflict and resilience, as predicators of organizational citizenship behaviour and turnover intention among telecom workers. Three hundred and fifty (350) telecom workers participated in the study. The participants comprised …

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ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AS PREDICTORS OF WORKPLACE DEVIANCE AMONG NON ACADEMIC STAFF OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA

ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AS PREDICTORS OF WORKPLACE DEVIANCE AMONG NON ACADEMIC STAFF OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA ABSTRACT The study investigated Organizational justice and work-family conflict as the predictors of workplace deviance among non-academic workers of University of Nigeria. Three hundred (male and female) non-academic workers of University of Nigeria participated in the …

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ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE, SELF EFFICACY, AND WORK STATUS AS PREDICTORS OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG PRISON WORKERS.

ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE, SELF EFFICACY, AND WORK STATUS AS PREDICTORS OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG PRISON WORKERS. ABSTRACT The study investigated organizational justice, self efficacy and work status as predictors of occupational stress among three hundred and eighty (380) workers of Nigeria prison in Enugu. They consisted of two hundred and twenty six (226) junior and one …

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PERSONALITY TRAITS, NUMBER OF CHILDREN AND GENDER AS PREDICTORS OF WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AMONG NURSES

PERSONALITY TRAITS, NUMBER OF CHILDREN AND GENDER AS PREDICTORS OF WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AMONG NURSES ABSTRACT This study investigated the impact of work-family conflict among nurses  in Nigeria. The descriptive survey research method will be adopted for the study. A total of 200 respondents were selected and used for the study using proportionate stratify sampling technique. …

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GENDER ROLE ORIENTATION, RELIGIOSITY, AND SELF DETERMINATION AS PREDICTORS OF MARITAL SATISFACTION AMONG HETEROSEXUAL COUPLES

GENDER ROLE ORIENTATION, RELIGIOSITY, AND SELF DETERMINATION AS PREDICTORS OF MARITAL SATISFACTION AMONG HETEROSEXUAL COUPLES ABSTRACT This study investigated gender role orientation, religiosity, and self-determination as predictors of marital satisfaction among married couples. Participants were one hundred and eighty seven (187) married couples, drawn from three religions namely Christianity, Islam and African Traditional Religion. Their …

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HIV-AIDS STATUS, LOCUS OF CONTROL, AND RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION AS FACTORS IN DEATH ANXIETY AMONG ADULTS IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

HIV-AIDS STATUS, LOCUS OF CONTROL, AND RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION AS FACTORS IN DEATH ANXIETY AMONG ADULTS IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA ABSTRACT The study investigated HIV/AIDS status, locus of control and religious affiliation as factors in death anxiety among three hundred and ninety (390) adults in Nsukka Local Government Area. It was hypothesized that HIV/AIDS status, …

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IMPACT OF LOCUS OF CONTROL, SELF-ESTEEM AND GENDER ON ATTITUDE TOWARDS CHILD ADOPTION IN NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE

IMPACT OF LOCUS OF CONTROL, SELF-ESTEEM AND GENDER ON ATTITUDE TOWARDS CHILD ADOPTION IN NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE ABSTRACT This study examined the relationship between locus of control, self-esteem, gender and attitude towards child adoption in Nsukka, Enugu State. Three hundred and three (303 people) of Nsukka local Government workers participated in the study (150 males …

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INFLUENCE OF DISPOSITIONAL MINDFULNESS AND SPIRITUALITY ON READINESS TO CHANGE CANNABIS USE

INFLUENCE OF DISPOSITIONAL MINDFULNESS AND SPIRITUALITY ON READINESS TO CHANGE CANNABIS USE ABSTRACT This study used a cross-sectional design to investigate the influence of dispositional mindfulness and spirituality on readiness to change cannabis use. Participants were one hundred and fifty seven (157) cannabis users. Their ages ranged between 17 – 44 years, with a mean …

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INFLUENCE OF MEDIA BODY MODEL AND OBJECTIFIED BODY CONSCIOUSNESS ON BODY IMAGE OF FEMALE ADOLESCENTS- THE MODERATING ROLE OF SELF-ESTEEM

INFLUENCE OF MEDIA BODY MODEL AND OBJECTIFIED BODY CONSCIOUSNESS ON BODY IMAGE OF FEMALE ADOLESCENTS- THE MODERATING ROLE OF SELF-ESTEEM ABSTRACT This study examined the influence of media body model and objectified body consciousness on body image: the moderating role of self-esteem. One hundred and twenty female adolescents aged between 14 and 17 years (M …

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INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL MONITORING, BIRTH ORDER, AND GENDER ON ADOLESCENT’S HEALTH RISK BEHAVIOUR

INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL MONITORING, BIRTH ORDER, AND GENDER ON ADOLESCENT’S HEALTH RISK BEHAVIOUR ABSTRACT The research investigated the influence of parental monitoring, birth order and gender on adolescent health risk behaviour. Three hundred and fifty (350) participants (175 female and 175 male) participated in the study. Participants’ ages ranged from 15 years to 21 years, …

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INFLUENCE OF PARENTING STYLE, LOCUS OF CONTROL AND SELF-EFFICACY ON TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN MARKURDI

INFLUENCE OF PARENTING STYLE, LOCUS OF CONTROL AND SELF-EFFICACY ON TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN MARKURDI ABSTRACT The research investigated the influence of parenting style, locus of control and    self-efficacy on teenage pregnancy. One hundred and four pregnant teenagers participated in the study. The adolescents’ ages ranged from 12 years to 18years, with mean age of 15 …

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INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY, WORK EXPERIENCE AND SCHOOL-TYPE ON THE ATTITUDE OF TEACHERS TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY, WORK EXPERIENCE AND SCHOOL-TYPE ON THE ATTITUDE OF TEACHERS TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION ABSTRACT The research investigated the influence of personality, work experience and school-type on the attitude of teachers towards inclusive education among teachers in Inclusive and non-inclusive (regular) schools in Enugu East Local Government Area. Two hundred (200) participants (100 participants …

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JOB DEMANDS AND WORKPLACE AGGRESSION- MODERATING ROLES OF PERCEIVED ORGANISATIONAL SUPPORT AND OCCUPATIONAL SELF-EFFICACY AMONG NURSES

JOB DEMANDS AND WORKPLACE AGGRESSION- MODERATING ROLES OF PERCEIVED ORGANISATIONAL SUPPORT AND OCCUPATIONAL SELF-EFFICACY AMONG NURSES ABSTRACT The present study examined the moderating roles of perceived organizational support and occupational self-efficacy in the relationship between job demands and workplace aggression. Participants were 224 (34 male and 190 female) nurses who completed self-report measures of job …

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JOB STRESS, NEGATIVE AFFECTIVITY AND TYPE AS BEHAVIOUR AS PREDICTORS OF WORK-TO-FAMILY CONFLICT AMONG UNIVERSITY LECTURERS

JOB STRESS, NEGATIVE AFFECTIVITY AND TYPE AS BEHAVIOUR AS PREDICTORS OF WORK-TO-FAMILY CONFLICT AMONG UNIVERSITY LECTURERS ABSTRACT This study investigated job stress, negative affectivity and type A behaviour as predictors of work-to-family conflict among university lecturers. A cross-sectional survey design was adopted while Multiple Regression was used for the data analysis. A total of 385 …

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BIG FIVE PERSONALITY TRAITS, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND MARITAL SATISFACTION- THE MODERATING ROLE OF SPOUSAL SOCIAL SUPPORT AMONG WORKERS IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA.

BIG FIVE PERSONALITY TRAITS, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND MARITAL SATISFACTION- THE MODERATING ROLE OF SPOUSAL SOCIAL SUPPORT AMONG WORKERS IN NSUKKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA. ABSTRACT This empirical study investigated big five personality traits, educational level and marital satisfaction: the moderating role of spousal social support among workers in Nsukka local government area. Two hundred and thirty …

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EFFECT OF EVALUATIVE CONDITIONING ON ATTITUDES OF SMOKERS TOWARDS SMOKING BEHAVIOUR- THE MODERATING ROLE OF SELF-EFFICACY

EFFECT OF EVALUATIVE CONDITIONING ON ATTITUDES OF SMOKERS TOWARDS SMOKING BEHAVIOUR- THE MODERATING ROLE OF SELF-EFFICACY ABSTRACT This study examined the effect of Evaluative conditioning on attitudes of smokers towards smoking behaviour: With self-efficacy as a moderating variable. Evaluative conditioning was varied into evaluative condition group and control group. Fifty male volunteered undergraduate student of …

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EFFECTS OF ADOLESCENT PEER STATUS, METAMEMORY AND ETHNIC AFFILIATION ON CRITICAL THINKING

EFFECTS OF ADOLESCENT PEER STATUS, METAMEMORY AND ETHNIC AFFILIATION ON CRITICAL THINKING ABSTRACT The effects of peer status, metamemory and ethnic affiliation on critical thinking were investigated using 615 participants (299 males and 316 females). Three hundred and fifty two (352) of the participants (195 males and 157 females) were of Igbo ethnic group and …

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EFFECTS OF CONTEXT, COGNITIVE STYLE AND GENDER ON PROBLEM SOLVING

EFFECTS OF CONTEXT, COGNITIVE STYLE AND GENDER ON PROBLEM SOLVING ABSTRACT This study investigated the effects of context, cognitive style and gender on problem solving. Two hundred and forty (120 males and 120 females) SSII and SSIII students of University of Nigeria Secondary School, Enugu Campus (UNEC) were used as participants. Participants age ranged from …

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EFFECTS OF LEVELS OF PROCESSING, DISTINCTIVENESS AND GENDER ON PROSPECTIVE MEMORY

EFFECTS OF LEVELS OF PROCESSING, DISTINCTIVENESS AND GENDER ON PROSPECTIVE MEMORY ABSTRACT This study investigated the effects of levels of processing, distinctiveness and gender on event-based and time-based prospective memory. One hundred and twenty students (60 males and 60 females) of Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki (EBSU) with a mean age of 23.31 years participated in …

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EMOTION REGULATION, DISPOSITIONAL MINDFULNESS AND LENGTH OF STAY AS FACTORS IN SOMATIC SYMPTOMS AMONG PRISON INMATES

EMOTION REGULATION, DISPOSITIONAL MINDFULNESS AND LENGTH OF STAY AS FACTORS IN SOMATIC SYMPTOMS AMONG PRISON INMATES ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to investigate emotion regulation, dispositional mindfulness and length of stay as factors in somatic symptoms among prison inmates, cross-sectional design was used. Participants were two hundred and nine (209) prison inmates. Their …

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EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIVENESS, LOCUS OF CONTROL AND AGE AS PREDICTORS OF MARITAL ADJUSTMENT IN NSUKKA LGA.

EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIVENESS, LOCUS OF CONTROL AND AGE AS PREDICTORS OF MARITAL ADJUSTMENT IN NSUKKA LGA. ABSTRACT The study investigated emotional expressiveness, locus of control and age as predictors of marital adjustment. Two hundred (200) married participants in Nsukka LGA, who were randomly drawn from Nsukka LGA Headquarter. Their age ranged between 25years to 59years and …

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EMOTIONAL LABOUR, PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT BREACH AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AS PREDICTORS OF TURNOVER INTENTIONS

EMOTIONAL LABOUR, PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT BREACH AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AS PREDICTORS OF TURNOVER INTENTIONS ABSTRACT The study investigated the role of emotional labour, psychological contract breach and organisational climate in predicting turnover intentions among lecturers in private universities in south-eastern Nigeria. Five hundred and reighty-four (584) lecturers (444 males and 140 females), particpated in the study. …

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EMOTIONAL LABOUR, WORK CONTROL AND WORK VICTIMIZATION AS PREDICTORS OF PROACTIVE WORK BEHAVIOUR AMONG ACADEMIC STAFF

EMOTIONAL LABOUR, WORK CONTROL AND WORK VICTIMIZATION AS PREDICTORS OF PROACTIVE WORK BEHAVIOUR AMONG ACADEMIC STAFF ABSTRACT This study examined emotional labour, work control and work victimization as predictors of proactive work behaviour among staff. Two hundred and twenty nine staff (229) comprising 128 males and 101 females selected from Enugu State University of Science …

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FREQUENCY OF HAEMOPHILIA AND BLEEDING PARAMETERS OF PERSON’S WITH BLEEDING DISORDERS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA

FREQUENCY OF HAEMOPHILIA AND BLEEDING PARAMETERS OF PERSON’S WITH BLEEDING DISORDERS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA ABSTRACT A significant number of people living with haemophilia are reported to be either under-diagnosed or mismanaged in most developing countries. This may results in increase in disease related morbidity and mortality in childhood. The aim of this study is …

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FRAMING, CERTAINTY AND GENDER EFFECTS ON SECURITY STRATEGY DECISION- THE MODERATING ROLE OF RISK PERCEPTION

FRAMING, CERTAINTY AND GENDER EFFECTS ON SECURITY STRATEGY DECISION- THE MODERATING ROLE OF RISK PERCEPTION ABSTRACT This study used a 2x2x2 factorial design to examine framing, certainty and gender effects on security strategy decision. One hundred and twenty (60 male, 60 female) first year students of psychology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, whose ages ranged from …

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