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Gesinde, A. M. (2000) LEARNERS' DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOURS AND THE PROSPECTS OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. Journal of Educational Development, 1 (2). ISSN 1595-2703

Gesinde, A. M. (2000) Preparing Rehabilit~tion Counsellors for Rehabilitation Centre. The Journal of the National Council for Exceptional Children, 4 (2). ISSN 1119-636X

Gesinde, A. M. and Giwa, N. (2000) GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL: THE TRIPARTITE INVOLVEMENT MODEL. COEASU Journal Footprints, 1 (1).

Glick, P. and Fiske, S. T. and Mladinic, A. and Saiz, J. L. and Abrams, D. and Masser, B. and Adetoun, B. and Osagie, J. E. and Akande, A. and Alao, A. A. and Brunner, A. and Willemsen, T. M. and Chipeta, K. and Dardenne, B. and Dijksterhuis, A. and Wigboldus, D. and Eckes, T. and Six-Materna, I. and Exposito, F. and Moya, M. and Foddy, M. and Kim, H-J. and Lameiras, M. and Sotelo, M. J. and Mucchi-Faina, A. and Romani, M. and Sakalli, N. and Udegbe, B. and Yamamoto, M. and Ui, M. and Ferreira, M. C. and Lopez, W. L. (2000) Beyond Prejudice as Simple Antipathy: Hostile and Benevolent Sexism Across Cultures. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 79 (5). pp. 763-775.

Book Section

Busari, A. O. and Gesinde, A. M. (2000) COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL MODIFICATION STRATEGIES IN BOOSTING SELF-CONCEPT OF STUDENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. In: The Practice and Future of Future Needs Education in Nigeria. The Practice and Future of Future Needs Education in Nigeria, pp. 507-516.

Gesinde, A. M. (2000) COUNSELLING FOCUS IN MEETING THE NEEDS OF HANDICAPPED PERSONS. In: Rehabilitation of the Disabled in Developing Countries. Rehabilitation of the Disabled in Developing Countries.

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