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  • Cohabitation and its Psychosocial effect on Undergraduates 

    Imhonde, H.O. (Department of Psychology Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Edo State himhonde@yahoo.com, 2016-03-01)
    Cohabitation is also known as premarital cohabitation, informal marriage, de facto marriage, or trial marriage. Cohabitation is an arrangement where two people who are not married live together. Such arrangements have ...
  • Children in Danger: Psychosocial disorders Associated with exposure to Community violence 

    Imhonde, H.O.; Onwuka, E.C. (Department of Psychology Ambrose Alli University himhonde@yahoo.com, 2016-03-01)
    This paper examines Children in danger: Psychological disorders associated with exposure to community violence. A lucid discourse was conducted on the meaning of community violence, effect of exposure to community violence ...
  • Psychological Adjustment Among The Esan People: The Role Of Given Names 

    IMHONDE, H. O (PhD); Ndom, R. J. E (PhD) (Ambrose Alli University Department of Psychology Faculty of Social Sciences Ekpoma Edo State Nigeria, 2016-03-01)
    Names given to children in Nigeria are not just names but must serve a function which helps the parents to adjust, cope or send information to others around them. This study examined Esan names and psychological adjustment ...
  • Assessing Nigerian university students' knowledge about HIV / AIDS 

    Aluede O.; Imhonde, H.O.; Maliki, A.E.; Alutu, A.N. (Journal of Social Sciences. 2005; 11(3):207-213., 2005-03-01)
    The HIV/AIDS knowledge survey was carried out among Nigerian university students to assess their level of knowledge about HIV/AIDS. A total of 900 undergraduates of Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Nigeria ...
  • Aggressive Tendencies Among Undergraduates: The Rle Of Personal And Family Characteristics 

    Okon, M.O.; Momoh, S.O.; Imhonde, H.O.; Idiakheua, E.O. (REOP. Vol. 22, Nº1, 1er Cuatrimestre, 2011, 2011-05-01)
    This study examined the role of Personal (Self-esteem, self-efficacy, Locus of Control & Gender) and family characteristics (Family communication style, and Parental neglect) on aggressive tendencies among undergraduates ...

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