NDOM, ROY.J.E.NDOM
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Department of Behavioural sciences

My research interest is in Clinical Psychology, with major focus inPsychotherapy. I will like to consider the various forms of it, such as; behaviour therapy, encounter therapy, family therapy, group therapy etc. I am also interested in intelligence testing as well as personality testing and assessment.  In addition, Ilike to work alongside mycolleagues who are psychiatrists with particular interest in drug and substance abuse. The study of family relationships and behaviour disturbance equally attract my interest.



MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  1. Madu, S.N., Ndom, R.J.E&Ramashia, C.L (2010).  Depression among female survivors of domestic violence in Thohoyandu, South Africa. Gender & Behaviour 8 (1) 271-285.
  2. Ndom R.J.E., Elegbeleye, A.O &Ademoroti, A.O (2011). The effect of colour on the perception of taste, quality and preference of fruit flavoured drinks. Ife Psychologia, 19 (2) 167-189.
  3. Ndom, R.J.E., Igbokwe, David O &Idakwo, John A. (2012). Overcrowding, Age and Gender Difference in the manifestation of state anxiety among undergraduates students in a Nigerian public University,  IfePsychologia, 20 (1) 323-337.
  4. Ndom, R.J.E., Igbokwe, David O &NdukaEkeruo  (2012). Students’ opinion on substance use, violent behaviour and possible intervention strategies in a Nigerian public University. European Scientific Journal 8 (19) 191-211.
  5. Imhonde, H.O., Ndom, R.J.E andEhon, A.2013. Social Support, Self- Esteem and Depression as determinants of quality of life among Sickle Cell Patients. Ife Psychologia , 21 (1) 101-113.