Epilepsy and its Psychological Management.
Epilepsy was for long thought to arise from damage to neural cells within the central nervous system, a belief reinforced by the efficacy of antiepileptic drugs. Consequent upon this the management of the disorder was largely abandoned to neurologists and psychiatrists. The pathology paradigm however not only failed to explain the disorder; approaches based on it have tended to contribute to...
Published at Nigerian Clinical Psychologist
Published in 2009
Benedict C. Agoha
Agoha Ben » Ben Agoha had his training in Psychology at Nigeria's premier University, the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where he obtained a B.SC (Hons) in Psychology. He went on to apecialise in Clinical Psychology. Since then he's had addittional training in Anatomy and Physiology, psychophysiology, and biofeedback. He has vicarious experience in the practise of Clinical Psychology that spawns a... view full profile
PERCIEVED SOCIAL SUPPORT, PERCIEVED STRESS AS CORRELATES OF STRESS SYMPTOMATOLOGY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.
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Age, Gender, Religiousity and Family Factors on Sexual Attitude and Behaviour of University of Ibadan Undergraduate Students