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The main objective of this study was to find out whether hypertensive
patients and normotensive individuals differ in their anger arousal scores.
The participants consisted of seventy-one (71) previously diagnosed
hypertensive patients recruited from the cardiology unit, ear male clot
(EMC), and orthopaedic wards of the University of Nigeria Teaching
Hospital (UNTH) Enugu
Gathering information about the psychological status and functioning of clients is
at the core of clinical assessment enterprise. Psychological testing constitutes
one major source of information about clients and tests are designed to collect
assessment data under standard conditions
The present study investigated the emotional impact of unemployment on
Igbo Nigerian graduates. Specifically the study was designed to compare the
Ievels of depressive symptomatology as measured by the Centre for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) between unemployed Igbos.
High blood pressure (hypertension) is considered by most experts in behavioural medicine to be a chronic and life threatening illness that constitutes a serious risk factor for other cardiovascular diseases such as strokes, myocardial infarction, hear1 failure and can cause death through kidney failure
One of the critical decisions one makes in life is vocational choice. Occupational choice involves a series of decisions about choosing careers that would match one's personality
This paper examines some trends in conceptualization of the etiology
of psychopathology in Euro-American and African cultures. Three
models of clinical psychopathology namely, the supernatural, biological
and psychological models were discussed.
This study was designed to explore the symptoms of stress among the recently widowed women.
For several centuries past, the.issue of European unity :i
received quite a considerable amount of attention among
The ECOWAS Monitoring Group (ECOMOG) h a s been e n g u l f e d i n
quiet same c o n t r o v e r s y f o r sometime now. ~ Although i t would seem
'at it h a s ensured some peace i n L i b e r i a , it is not y e t c l e a r
'*her it is peace for one s i d e of t h e b e l l i g e r e n cy
The question of N i g e r i a ' s a c q u i s i t i o n of nuclear t e c h n o l c ~ y
for both peaceful and powerful p o l i t i c a l purposes has been
sddressed' by policy-makers , academics and technicians, I
It has been suggested that undergraduates are responsible for two-thirds of all crimes committed in Edo state and elsewhere because of their involvement in secret societies on campuses.
The Underlying Factors of Rural Development Patterns in the Nsukka Region of Southeastern Nigeria.
Man lives in a physical environment, which to a very considerable degree influences his socio-economic activities. Incidentally, the physical elements show spatial expression, implying that differences occur in their occurrence and character in different locations.
The question as to whether there exist any relationship between law and morality and if any, then to what extent, is as old as the history of man himself. The question as to whether the law should allow or forbid the doing of something acknowledged to be immoral is a controversial one. Two schools of thought holding opposing views in this regard are the positivist and the naturalist schools of thought. The naturalist hold the view that law as a regulator of social engineering should not be static but should succumb or response to the dictates of changing circumstances as to values, beliefs and morals of the society for effective performance, observance and enforcement. The positivist conversely hold the view that, law is law and valid and should not concern itself with the morality or otherwise facts or conducts however bad, unjust or immoral. The paper therefore, seek to x-ray the areas of similarities and divergence between law and morality in the wake of decaying moral values in the society and examine the extent to which the synergy between morality and law can help in addressing and maintaining social values.
There is no topic more important today for its linkage to the overall Nigerian development than National integration. the truth about the nigerian state today is that it remains largely unintegrated after half a century of existence...