Damilola Fisayo Adebayo

Damilola Fisayo Adebayo
Adekunle Ajasin University · Department of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy
PhD student at Universiti Sains Malaysia

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Exploring character strengths, usage of strengths and Flourishing among adolescents in Nigeria

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Affect is involved in many psychological phenomena, but a descriptive structure, long sought, has been elusive. Valence and arousal are fundamental, and a key question-the focus of the present study-is the relationship between them. Valence is sometimes thought to be independent of arousal, but, in some studies (representing too few societies in th...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has spread throughout the world, and concerns about psychological, social, and economic consequences are growing rapidly. Individuals’ empathy-based reactions towards others may be an important resilience factor in the face of COVID-19. Self-report data from 15,375 participants across 23 countries were collected from May to Au...
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Background: The cause and vaccine for COVID-19 treatment remained a dream to humanity till date. Hence, WHO recommended certain preventive behaviours to contain the virus spread. Despite these preventive tips, numbers of newly infected cases in Nigeria keeps increasing , and this conveys clearly poor adherence to COVID-19 preventive behaviours. The...
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Generally, people, students inclusive, bring a diverse set of interpersonal problems (social avoidance, non-assertiveness, intrusiveness, over-accommodation, vindictiveness, coldness and self-sacrifice) to their social interactions. These interpersonal problems are thought to be trait patterns that may be potential sources of danger for functional...
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Terrorism is a violent criminal behaviour that is posing a threat to nations and across the globe. Globalization of commerce, travel, and information communication technology seem to be the three interlocking trends that are contributing to the nature and threat posed by terrorism. Other motivating factors for the contemporary form of terrorism inc...
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Psychological Perspective to Terror and Terrorism in Nigeria Abstract Terrorism, a violent behaviour poses threat to individuals, family, group, and the society at large. In Nigeria, terrorism has been added to the list of violent behaviours perpetrated by religious fundamentalists and extremists, and this portends dangers to the social system. Usi...

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