Nigerian Psychological Research

Quarterly / 2408-5448(pISSN) / 2635-3806 (eISSN)

Aim and Scope

Nigerian Psychological Research is a quarterly publication of the Nigerian Psychological Association. It is intended to disseminate original scientific work in all fields of psychology, such as empirical, historical, theoretical and conceptual studies, as well as reviews of literature.

Nigerian Psychological Research is one of the official journals of the Nigerian Psychological Association. It is a quarterly publication intended to disseminate original work in all fields of psychology, and it welcomes empirical and theoretical studies, as well as reviews, in a broad range of areas, such as developmental, school and educational psychology; social psychology; organizational psychology; behavioral psychology; clinical psychology; health psychology; cognitive psychology; neuropsychology; psychological assessment; experimental psychology; theory and history of psychology. Authors are required to pay a fee to publish in Nigerian Psychological Research because we publish with Open Access unless – in some cases where the author has a 100% waiver.

Volume 7 Issue 2

Table of Contents

  1. A Qualitative Study of the Perception of Corruption among some Workers in Lagos Metropolis. Sanmi Johnson Ibidapo, Alex Igundunasse, Odunayo Arogundade. ————————Pages 1.
  1. Factors Affecting Academic Performance among Undergraduates of Federal University Gashua, Yobe State, Nigeria. Veronica Yavihi Genda, Doofan Wanan, Samuel Fasanmi, Monica Member Aku. Pages 13.
  1. Stigma, Locus of Control and Self-Concept as Predictors of State Anxiety among Women who underwent Caesarean Operation. Obiageli Omeje, Sanusi Jubril Abiodun, Douglas John Ufuoma. Pages 22.
  1. Moderating Role of Core Self- Evaluation in the Associations of Combat Exposure, Experiences and Military Personnel Profession Commitment. Ikechukwu V.N Ujoatuonu, Chiedozie O. Okafor, Gabriel C. Kanu, Karatu B. Ahmed, Ojochegbe F. Ukwune. Pages 36
  1. Relationship between the Dimensions of Burnout and Depression among Medical Students. Irene A. Ofili. Pages 49
  1. Family Type And Locus Of Control As Predictors Of Resilience Among Adolescents In Eastern Nigeria. Solomon A. Agu, Barnabas E. Nwankwo. Pages 61
  1. Social Dominance Orientation As a Predictor Of Inclination To Terrorism Among Young Adults In Nigeria. Barnabas e. Nwankwo, Solomon a. Agu, Shyngle k. Balogun.
     Pages 74
  1. Relationship Between Drug Dependence, Job Involvement, Life Orientation And Job Performance Among Staff Of Federal Road Safety Corps (Frsc).
    Chisom c. Obasi, Akeem a. Kenku, Ajibola a. Ishola. Pages 87
  1. Influence of Mothers’ Marital Status and Ethnicity on Perceived Depressive Symptoms.
    Nweke. Kingsley Onyibor., Anazonwu. Charles Okey, Ezendu. Anastasia Nnenna, Umeaku. Ndubuisi Nkemdilim.,  Oluwafemi. Odunayo, Ugboaku. Patrick Uzoka, Udoka, A. E. Pages 99