Anyanwu Joy Ihebuzoaju

Anyanwu Joy Ihebuzoaju
University of Nigeria | UNN · Department of Educational Foundations

PhD

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Studies have shown that parents of children with autism spectrum disorders experience stress in parenting their children (e.g. Anyanwu et al. in Glob J Health Sci 11(8):51–60, 2019; Ayers in Self-care: why parents of children with disabilities must nurture themselves, 2012. http://www.disaboom.com/childrewithdisabilities; Bonis in Issues Mental Hea...
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Background Postnatal depression (PND) and anxiety (PNA) among women are prevalent and impairing health problems, with adverse outcomes for mothers and their infants. This study assessed the prevalence of depression, anxiety and associated factors in a sample of postnatal women. Method A community-based cross-sectional study was conducted on 270 po...
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BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: The debate about the interaction between the individual student and learning environment (home) is still ongoing and inconclusive. Parents are modelled and they establish basic patterns at home which may never stop as teens develop. This study investigated child-rearing patterns as predictors of in-school adolescents’ maladapt...
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OBJECTIVE: This study focused on the role of extended family in mitigating the stress experienced by parents of children with autism and the possible challenges of involving them, especially in modern Nigerian society. The study identified the sources of stress for parents of children with autism, and considered location and family size factors in...
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OBJECTIVE: This research aimed to determine the effect of yoga therapy in managing low back pain (LBP) among older adults. METHOD: 40 participants who were having low back pain were assessed. All participants completed baseline evaluation before beginning the Yoga intervention and at 6, 12 and 18 weeks. Participants completed a questionnaire titled...
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BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: Research on the predictive capacity of emotional self-regulation on self-esteem and academic self-efficacy among children with visual impairment is limited. The present study investigated the predictive capacity of emotional self-regulation on self-esteem and academic self-efficacy among children with visual impairment in Sout...
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Background: Anxiety is a common disorder which refers to a significant and persistent fear of one or more social or performance situations. This study investigated the impacts of cognitive-behavioral intervention on anxiety and depression among undergraduate students enrolled in social science education programs at public universities in the South...
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Background/Objective From a rational emotive behavior therapy viewpoint, stress-related disorders originate from irrational beliefs and self-defeating philosophies and attitude. Individuals affected by stress are different from those ones with neurotic problems mainly because the stressed individuals have irrational beliefs about specific, short-te...
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This research aimed to investigate the effect that rational-emotive behavior therapy had on the symptoms of burnout among undergraduate electronics work students in Southeast Nigeria. This study utilized a pretest–posttest design involving a no-intervention group versus an intervention group. Participants were 124 undergraduate electronics work stu...
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Irrational beliefs are factors that can explain students’ emotional and/or pragmatic problems. Irrational career beliefs are career myths, maladaptive cognitions and inaccurate beliefs regarding career and the work world which impact negatively on career decision-making. The present research investigated the effectiveness of rational emotive behavi...
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Negative career thoughts are cognitive barriers that interfere with an individual's career decision-making and successful career development. The current study examined the effect of rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT) on negative career thoughts of students in technical colleges in Nigeria. The study utilized a pretest–posttest control group...
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The adolescent period has been associated with dramatic changes and life challenges. Many adolescents deal with puberty, problems related to parents, the transition from primary to secondary schools, and pressure to perform academically. The inability to cope with problems related to the lives of adolescents may lead to other negative consequences...
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This study examined the effects of cognitive restructuring intervention program of rational-emotive behavior therapy on irrational thoughts/behaviors arising from adverse childhood stress in Nigeria. The participants (n = 26) are the identified victims of adverse childhood stress who met the criteria for inclusion through self-report questionnaire....
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This study investigated the values, held in marriage by married employees in universities. It adopted a descriptive survey design. Data were collected with questionnaire. Analysis of data was by the use of mean and t-test statistics. The results show that while procreation and companionship among others were very highly valued in marriage; power an...
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The study investigated influence of parental relationship on the psychological wellbeing of southeastern adolescents. A descriptive survey design was adopted for the study with 4000 (2000 males and 2000 females) adolescents in senior secondary II from schools in Abia, Enugu, Imo and Anambra States of Nigeria as the sample. A questionnaire whose rel...

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