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 9 Issue 1

  1. Gender, School Sector, School Level, Job Security and Optimism as Predictors of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour of Teachers.
    Victor Chimdiebube Okonkwo, Pamela Adaobi Ogbozor, Kelechi Esther Nwachukwu, Jennifer Iheanyi Timothy, Uchechukwu Lawrence Okeowata. Pages 1
  1. Social Intelligence and Assertiveness as Predictors of Fear of Negative Evaluation among Esut Lecturers.
    Mgbenkemdi Ejike H., Anike Raphael, Ekwo Jude. Pages 10
  1. Abusive Supervision and Age as Predictors of Counterproductive Work Behaviour among School Teachers in Owerri.
    Richards E. Ebeh, Promise O. Onwuamaegbu. Pages 23
  1. The Moderating Role of Resilience on Loneliness as a Predictor of Suicidal Ideation among Enugu Custodial Centre Inmates.
    Okeke Nwanneka Fidelia, Nwatu Anthonia Chigozie, Omeje Obiageli, Mgbenkemdi Hyacinth Ejike, Chukwuma Moses Emmanual, Nwatu Anthony Afamefuna. Pages 36
  1. Ride-hailing drivers’ Demographic Characteristics and their Job Satisfaction: Implications for Sustainable Development and Poverty Alleviation.
     Bolajoko I. Malomo. Pages 45