Vol. 2 No. 1

Prestige Journal Of Counseling Psychology

Table of Contents

Preliminary Pages
Emotional Intelligence and Career Maturity of Senior Secondary School Students in Abuja, Nigeria

Dr Moyosola Jude Akomolafe & Oyinade Esther Kolawole

Comparative robusity of Analysis of Variance and Regression Statistics using the Assumption of Sample Size, Homogeneity of Variance and Normality of the Distribution

Aniyom Asuquo Obambon & Dr Isaac Ofem Ubi

Effect of Social Skills Training Counselling Technique on Hyperactive Behaviour among Pupils of Staff Model Primary School of Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria

Dr Kabir Bello Dungurawa & Sa’adatu Tijjani Ahmad

Green English: Environmentally Responsive Pedagogy for Nigerian Secondary Schools

Dr Alexander Essien Timothy & Dr Eucharia O. Obiekezie

Social value orientation and self-efficacy among secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr Achi Ndifon Bekomson & Dr Melvina N. Amalu

Demographic Variables as Correlates of Job Satisfaction of Lecturers in Tertiary Institutions in Bayelsa State

Esther Tamunoiyowuna Bruce-Agbogidi & Dr Binebai Stella Asangolo

Empowering the Nigerian Women through Open Distance Learning – Women Beyond the Kitchen: Implications for Counselling

Dr Janet Sunday Petters & Dr Eme Imah

Influence of Library Staff Background on Students’ Interest on Library Resources in Taraba State University, Jalingo

Joy Emmanuel Omah, Dr Aminu Sani & John Zachariah

Personality Trait as Predictor of Marital Adjustment among Practicing Professional Counsellors in Gombe State of Nigeria

Chinyere Catherine Ngwakwe & Dr T. A. Adaka

Effects of Peer Tutoring and Cognitive-Behaviour Therapies in the Reduction of Delinquent Behaviours among Secondary School Adolescents in Bayelsa State

Dr. Binebai Stella Asangolo & Esther Tamunoiyowuna Bruce-Agbogidi

Principals’ management ability and institutional sustainability of public secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr Aniefiok Oswald Edet & Micheal Ekpenyong Asuquo

Youths in Political Leadership in Nigeria: The Trend, Challenges and Prospects

Dr Fidelis Abunimye Unimna & Ruth C. Wali

Influence of Single Parenting on Academic Performance of Junior Secondary School Students in Mubi North Local Government Area of Adamawa State

Dr Dorcas Oluremi Fareo

Governance and Corruption variables and the Education of Persons with Special Needs in Southern Nigeria

Dr. Vitalis U. Eke, Uche Eunice Opara & Anulika Chinyere Okpara

Parental Control and Problem Tendencies among Children of Basic Education in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria

Evelyn I. Orji & Dr Bernard A. Oko

Causes and Effects of Examination Malpractice on Nigerian Education: Implications for Counselling

Usman Maddibo Hanafi & Mohammed Musa Girei

Effectiveness of Community Participation in Rehabilitation Programmes and Counselling in Promoting Psycho-Social Adjustment of Persons with Special Needs in Edo State, Nigeria

Dr Gloria Osagie-Obazee & Dr Comfort Lawani

The Impact of Guidance Services on Students’ Career Awareness among Selected Private Secondary Schools in Kaduna Metropolis

Dr Esther Adebimpe Ogunwole

Indigenous Media Communication Techniques and Behaviour Change on HIV/AIDS Prevention among Female Sex Workers in Calabar Metropolis in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr Ekpenyong David Oboqua, Bessong Columbus Deko & Bessong Napoleon Osang

Classroom Conditions and Principals’ Perception of Factors Responsible for Students’ Drop Out in Public Secondary Schools in Calabar Education Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria

Evelyn Ijeoma Orji

Problems of Learners in Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Camps Schools in Borno State, Nigeria

Ibrahim T. Bokko

Instructional Materials and Academic Performance of Students in Biology in Senior Secondary Schools in Abi Local Government Area of Cross River State

Dr John Okpa Ukwetang & Dr Cassidy Agbor

Ethical Principles and Adherence to Professional Practice of Counselling in Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr Maria Ngwu & Dr Paulina M. Anake

Ethical Code as a Panacea to the Challenging Effects of Economic Depression on Counsellors’ Service Delivery

Dr Ngozi S. Okafor, Stephen Udoka Mbah & Uchechukwu Uzonna Nnorom

Lecturers’ Educational Qualification and their perception of Curriculum Hegemony

Dr Cassidy Agbor & Dr John Okpa Ukwetang

Impact of Insurgency on the Livelihood of Internally Displaced Women in Gombe State, Nigeria

Dr Safyanu Shuaibu Sara, Talatu Sani & Lydia I. Dabo

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