PREV ALENCE AND GENDER DIFFERENCE IN SELF-REPOR TED DEPRESSIVE SYMPT OMA T OLOGY AMONG NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: IMPLICA TION FOR DEPRESSION COUNSELLING
Encounter with depressive symptoms is one of the reasons why university students visit university counselling centres. This study sought to examine the present prevalence of depression among university students as well as gender dissimilarity in self-reported depression. 550 (male-46; female-306) randomly selected students from three private universities in Ogun State, Nigeria completed Kutcher...
Published at The Counsellor
Published in 2014
Gesinde, A.M. & Sanu, O.J.
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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