Development and validation of indices of financial intelligence among a cross-section of a Nigerian private university students
The study described the systematic processes involved in the development and validation of a self-report instrument tagged “Indices of Financial Intelligence” [IFI] designed to measure financial intelligence. A total of 250 undergraduate students randomly selected from 100 to 500 levels in a Nigerian private university participated in the study. The participants’ age ranged from 15-29...
Published at International Journal of Business and Management Study
Published in 2014
Igbokwe, D.O., Gesinde, A.M., Adeoye, T.A.
Gesinde Abiodun » Abiodun M Gesinde is a Professor of Counselling Psychology in the Department of Psychology, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. He graduated from the University of Ibadan with Doctoral degree in Counselling Psychology. He commenced his academic sojourn with the Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo, Oyo State as an assistant lecturer and rose to the position of principal lecturer. He has... view full profile
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