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Adekeye, Olujide A (2010) Psycho-Cultural Variables Predicting Attitude of Young People towards HIV VCT in South-Western Nigeria. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG and Licensors, Germany. ISBN 978-3-639-27426-4

Agoha, Benedict Emerenwa and Ilobi, U (2010) Stressful Life Events and Somatic Complaints in a Nigerian Adult Sample. Nigerian Journal of Psychological Research , 6 (1). pp. 10-17.

Alao, A. A. and Mabote, M. M. and Sento-Pelaelo, O. T. and Kgosidintsi, A. D. and Forcheh, N. and Molojwane, M. B. and Mphele, S. B. M. and Mulosu, S. and Setlhare-Oagile, N. and Phaladze, N. and Msimanga-Ramatebele, S. H. and Kgathi, C. (2010) Coping Strategies During Bereavement: The case of University of Botswana Students. Ontario Journal of African Educational Research.

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Gesinde, A. M. (2010) AN INVESTIGATION INTO PUSH FACTORS SUSTAINING HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN NIGERIA. The Abused and the Society.

Gesinde, A. M. (2010) Motivation. In: Fundamentals of Guidance and Counselling. Andrian Publication Series.

Gesinde, A. M. (2010) The Socio-Educational Challenges of Sexuality Education Programmes on Nigeria Homes nd Schools: Implications for Counselling Profession. The Journal of Family Development, 4 (2). ISSN 0189-2673

Gesinde, A. M. (2010) Teachers' Perception of Counsellors' Role Performance in Selected Schools in Ibadan North East Local Government: Implications for the UBE Scheme. In: Teachers' Mandate on Education and Social Development in Nigeria. Unspecified.

Gesinde, A. M. and Komolafe, M. D. (2010) RELEVANCE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING IN OVERCOMING PSYCHO- EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS. Trends in Nigerian Educational Development.

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