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The journal publishes articles concerned with research, theory and practice or programme application in the field of Education and the Behavioural Sciences.

Vol 4, No 1 (2008)

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Articles

The Effects of Stress Inoculation, Physical Relaxation and Skills Acquisition Training on Managing Stress among University Undergraduates in Lagos Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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CE Okoli, IM Nnoli 1-8
Gender and Decision Making Pertaining to the Control over Ones Body within Established Union in Nigeria: Implications for Counselling EMAIL FULL TEXT
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OM Omoegun, FF Akanle 9-15
Family Characteristics as Correlates of Self Esteem among Young Adults EMAIL FULL TEXT
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N Osarenren, MB Ubangha, TS Oke 17-25
Parents\' Preferred Locus of Responsibility for Funding Secondary EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J A Opare, A Kuranchie 27-36
Investigating the causal relationship between Self Beliefs and Automatic Thoughts in Adolescents\' Success Aspiration EMAIL FULL TEXT
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IP Nwadinigwe, OO Longe 37-46
The Internet and Trends in Vocabulary Development: Implications for Enhanced Teacher Educational Programmes in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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AN Maduekwe 47-58
Responses of African Universities to HIV and Aids: Students' Perspectives from University of Cape Coast, Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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F Ocansey 59-70
Perception of the Sexuality of Women with Disabilities (WWD) by undergraduate students of the University of Calabar- Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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F B Obi 71-80
Perceived Self-Efficacy, Academic Self-Regulation and Emotional Intelligence as Predictors of Academic Performance in Junior Secondary Schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T Edun, SO Akanji 81-89
Assessment of Students' and Parents' Attitudes to Continuous Assessment: A Base-Line Study for School-Based Assessment Practice EMAIL FULL TEXT
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OM Alade 91-100
Motivating Corporate Employees through Financial Information: An Empirical Analysis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EN Nwagbara, SO Ering, NC Osuchukwu 101-112
Production and Utilization of Skills Oriented Graduates: An Assessment of Newly Trained Teachers Utilization of Instructional Materials in Selected Senior Secondary Schools in Cape Coast, Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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RO Igwe, MB Yidana 113-119
In-Service Teacher Education: Some Suggestions for Improvement EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EK Klu 121-126
Personal and Environmental Path Predictors of Girl Child Retention in Lagos State Schools, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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MN Egenti 127-133
The Use of Instructional Materials in the Teaching and Learning of Environmental Studies in Primary Schools: A Case Study of Winneba EMAIL FULL TEXT
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RA Ghanney 135-140
Corrupt Practices among Academics as Perceived by Undergraduates: Implication for Counselling and National Development EMAIL FULL TEXT
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BI Nnodum 141-150
Social Activities and Manifest Anxiety among Freshmen in Tertiary Institutions in Lagos State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S Aletan 151-159
Achieving Quality Assurance in Nigeria University System through Strategic Human Resources Development EMAIL FULL TEXT
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DB Enu, OA Clemency, G Odu, EE Ekuri, I Okeme 161-166
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Evaluation of English Language Textbooks Used in the Junior Secondary Schools in Nigeria: A Case Study of Lagos State Schools EMAIL FULL TEXT
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VC Udenwa, NR Ikonta 167-174
Islamic Teacher Preparation in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects EMAIL FULL TEXT
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UO Abdullah, L Adedeji 175-182
Globalization, Post-modernity and Epistemological Imperialism EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A Noah 183-194


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