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Olusegun A. Mayungbo

Olusegun A. Mayungbo

Doctor of Psychology

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Despite the wide spread awareness regarding the need to reduce gender bias in communication styles, it still exists in organizations and its negative effects on women’s behaviour and perceptions in the workplace remain a great concern. Consequently, the importance of gender neutral language (GNL) use in reducing gender stereotypes and discriminatio...
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Life satisfaction is a concept that people and policy makers generally strife to improve at all times yet, it has not be given much attention in African culture generally and Nigeria in particular. The few available studies on life satisfaction have been done in Western cultures and they have not been focused on the role of education and neuroticis...
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Life satisfaction, recognized as one of the essential components of quality of life, is generally low in Nigeria. Most studies on life satisfaction have been concentrated on the effects of psychological factors while little attention is devoted to the importance of house-ownership and neigbourhood effect. This study, therefore, investigated the inf...
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Most studies on life satisfaction have been concentrated on the effects of psychological factors while disregarding the importance of religion and the social support available to individuals. The limited available studies on life satisfaction have however shown that it is generally low in Nigeria. This study, therefore, investigated the influence o...
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The current study examined whether husband’s controlling and domineering attitudes moderated the association between husband’s alcohol consumption and women’s physical violence experience. Using data from the Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (DHS), a total of 20,101 nationally representative married women in Nigeria reported on husband-perpetr...
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This study looked at the relationship between emotional intelligence and entrepreneurial intentions among undergraduates using a sample of 200 participants who were Entrepreneurship and Business Management Open Distance Learner students in SouthWest , Nigeria. Participants completed self-report measures on emotional intelligence and entrepreneurial...
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Most modern day organizations are characterized by cyber harassment in the workplace which is considered detrimental to the psychological well-being of victims. However, most studies on cyber bullying have mainly been conducted among adolescents, while the issue of work place cyber bullying which affects adults and their working life has just recen...
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Purpose: The present study examines the joint and independent influence of violence against women, self esteem and personality factors on subjective happiness. Methodology:The study adopted a cross sectional research design and a purposive sampling approach in the selection of participants. Three hundred and two university students were selected fr...
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Gratitude has been linked with normal human functioning and well-being yet, its association with happiness and life satisfaction remains understudied among non clinical samples in collectivist cultures. Most studies on gratitude are focused on clinical settings and in individualist cultures. This study investigates the predictive strength of gratit...
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Existing studies show a consensus on the importance of women’s household decision-making autonomy. However, the studies also show mixed findings of the association between the variable and intimate partner violence (IPV). In this study, moderating effects of husband’s controlling and domineering attitudes on the association between women’s househol...
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Controlling and domineering attitudes of husbands are risk factors for women’s experience of physical, sexual, and emotional violence in Nigeria. Other studies imply that husband’s attitudes may also influence the risk of women’s justification of wife beating. Consistently, it was hypothesized that husband’s controlling and domineering attitudes wo...
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The study examined quality of life of people living with HIVAIDS and the roles of clinical and demographic factors. A purposive sample of 210 (59 males and 151 females) PLWHA with age ranged between 18 and 90years participated in the study. A structured questionnaire format was used to gather data and analysed using descriptive and correlation anal...
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Despite the wide spread awareness regarding the need to improve maternal health, maternal mortality remains a great concern in Nigeria. Consequently, the importance of medical attention required in the care of pregnant women cannot be over emphasised. This study investigates the influence of barriers to attending antenatal care among pregnant women...
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Husband’s controlling and domineering attitudes have been shown to contribute to women’s intimate partner violence experience in Nigeria. Some scholars have suggested that women’s safer sex negotiation may create additional opportunity for incurring partner violence. The purpose of the current study was to test the possibility that married women’s...
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Research on subjective wellbeing has mainly focused on personality and demographic variables. The influence of residential neighbourhoods are usually not considered. This study, investigates the influence of types of neighbourhoods and perceived social support on life satisfaction among residents in Ibadan metropolis. Using a 2-way factorial design...
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The evaluation of the stages of HIV/AIDS is not usually considered in most quality of life research, despite the prevalence rate of HIV in Nigeria and the poor attitude of Nigerians towards testing. This study investigates the influence of stages of HIV/AIDS and marital status on perceived quality of life(QoL) among People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLW...
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The independent association between socio-demographic characteristics and subjective well-being is well studied, however, the moderating impact of those characteristics are yet to be established in literature. This study examines the moderating influence of socio-demographic characteristics on subjective well-being among residents in Ibadan metropo...
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The Big Five Personality factors have long been widely supported in investigating the relationship between personality and subjective wellbeing. However, despite the universal support, the Big Five personality dimensions have been criticized for not being sufficient in explaining personality influences and not being applicable in all cultures. This...
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Life satisfaction, recognized as one of the main goals of life for individuals and for social policies of governments, is generally low in Nigeria. The few available studies on life satisfaction have been concentrated on other aspects of life satisfaction without giving attention to the importance of gender and self esteem in improving life satisfa...

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