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 8 Special

TABLE OF CONTENTS 
  1. Crime Victims’ Perception Of Administration Of Criminal Justice In Dekina Local Government Area, Kogi State, Nigeria.
    Thaddeus Umoru, Benjamin O. Omolayo, Julie O. E. Orshi, Oke Oluwamayowa Joshua, Ocheme Sunday Joseph. Pages 1
  1. Parental Attachment And Social Support As Predictors Of Perceived Child Abuse Among Parents In Ido Local Government Area Of Oyo State, Nigeria.
    Emmanuel E. Uye, Lateefat T. Oladeinde, Peter O. Olapegba. Pages 14
  1. Loss, Bereavement And Counseling Strategies: a Case Study Of Dana 2012 Air Crash Incident.
    Sanbe, M.T, Badru, F.A. Pages 20
  1. The Relationship Between Poverty And Illiteracy On Political Thuggery Among Youth In Akoko Edo, Edo State.
    Eze Meshack Chukwuma, Vakpa Iliya, Banji Aigbota Friday. Pages 25
  1. Organisational Pluralism And Leadership Effectiveness Of Selected Private And Public Sectors In Jos, Nigeria.
    Thaddeus Umoru, Benjamin o. Omolayo. Pages 34
  1. Voters Apathy And National Identity: A Psychological Exploration.
    Shyngle k. Balogun, Barnabas Nwakwo. Pages 43
  1. The Role Of Education, Religion And Culture On Domestic Violence Among Women In Kaduna.
    Ronke Grace Awopetu, Anyalewa Alan Ajonye, , Rebecca Temitope Newton, Patience Obepka. Pages 56
  1. Exploring The Relationship Between Parent-Child Communication, Peer Pressure And Mathematics Anxiety Among Senior Secondary School Students In Lagos Education District Iv.
    Akinwale Gbenusola A, Bada Bukola V., Oloko Timothy O., Adriel Vincent-Odey. Pages 63
  1. Workplace Incivility And Ostracism On Organizational Trust.
    Ojo Adeshina Akinwumi. Pages 73
  1. Crime, Insecurity And Correctional Services In Nigeria.
    Oduntan Seye Olukoya. Pages 81
  1. Psychology, Security And Sustainable Development: The Ndlea Perspective.
    Callys Alumona. Pages 86
  1. The Role Of Demographics And Parental Rewards In Predicting Career Choice Among In-School Adolescents In Ibadan North Local Government Area Of Oyo State.
    Obisesan Oluwunmi, Adejuwon Grace, Aina Oluwatoyin. Pages 89
  1. Work-Life Balance And Personality Traits As Correlates Of Psychological Distress Among Health Workers In Lagos State University Hospital.
    Ezeobele I. Anthony, Adewuyi T.D.O., Taiwo O.K., Lawal O.A., Ajala A.M., Olabimtan B.O., Alausa W.M.  Pages 97
  1. Mental Health And Quality Of Life Of Residents In Cement Producing Communities In Ogun State.
    A.F. Gbadebo, T.D.O Adewuyi. Pages 107