Emotional isolation, degradation and exploitation a s correlates of adolescents’ self-concept in Nigeria
Emotional maltreatment of children and adolescents is a subtype of abuse. The magnitude at which children and adolescents suffer from emotional maltreatment of isolation, degradation and exploitation has been found to be very startling. While studies have shown the impact of several dimensions of emotional abuse on human behaviours, there is lack of empirical information on the combined and...
Published at International Journal of Psychology and Counselling
Published in 2013
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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