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Efficacy of Systematic Desensitization Therapy on Academic Boredom among Adolescents in Edo State Secondary Schools

. Egbochuku,E.O., Obodo,B.O., &Obadan, N.O (2008) Efficacy of Rational –Emotive Behaviour Therapy on the Reduction of Test Anxiety among Adolescents in Secondary Schools,, the European Journal of Social Science, 6, (4). Farmer, R., &Sundberg, N. D. (1986). Boredom proneness - The development Fisher, C. D. (1993). Boredom at work: A neglected concept. Human Relations, 46, (3), 395-417. Fisher, S. L.,(2006). The role of goal orientation in a self-regulation framework (Doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University). Dissertation Abstracts International

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The Views of Nature of Science Expressed by In-Service Teachers Who were Learning History and Philosophy of Science

.G., & Lederman, J.S. (2005). Understanding the true meaning of nature of science: teaching suggestions to help you highlight nature of science. Science and Children , 43(2), 50-52. Editorial (2001) Controversy and debate: the nature of science. Nature Cell Biology , 3, May 2001. Frigg, R. & Hartmann, S. (2017) Models in science. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy , Spring 2017 ed. > Lederman, N.G. (1992). Students’ and teachers’ conceptions of the nature of

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State of Women in Academia: Extent of Supportive Environment for Female Researchers

. Ek, L. D., & Sanchez, P. (2013). Before the tenure track: Graduate school testimonios and their importance in our profersora-ship today. Educational Foundations, 15-30. Gilbert, L. A., Gallessich, J. M., & Evans, S. L. (1983). Sex of faculty role model and students' self-perceptions of competency. Sex Roles, 597-607. Hartley, N., & Dobele, A. (2009). Feathers in the nest: Establishing a supportive environment for women researchers. The Australian Educational Researcher, 43-58. Hill, C., & Corbett, C. (2010). Why So

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Complex Approach on Multicultural Teams Management & Leadership

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A Study on Students’ Choice of Programme in the University

of Applied Social Science, October. Sabir, R. I., Ahmad, W., Ashraf, R. U. and Ahmad, N. (2013). Factors Affecting University and Course Choice: A Comparison of Undergraduate Engineering and Business Students in Central Punjab, Pakistan. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research. 3(10), 298-305. Sanchez, J. S. (2012). Factors influencing a student’s decision to pursue a communications degree in Spain. Intangible Capital. 8(1), 43-60.

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Changing Roles of Women: Examining the Reciprocal Effects of Female Academics’ Job and Family Roles in Public Universities in Ghana

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“... As Long as Power Relations Exist ... Yes, There are Inequalities…” Social and Educational Inequalities in Greece According to the Views of Female and Male Students of Tertiary Education Institutions

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Factors which Influence Students Enterpreneurship Intentions: The Role of Education Programs, Subjective Norms and Perceived Behavioral Control

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Evaluation of the Revised Two-Factor Study Process Questionnaire (R-SPQ-2F) for Student Teacher Approaches to Learning

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Parental Motivations in Sending Children to School in a Paradoxical Indian Learning System of Declining Learning Curve and Increasing Enrolment: A Case Study of West Bengal

.W. (1961) ‘Investments in Human Capital’, The American Economic Review 51(1), pp. 1-17. Schultz, T.P. (2004) ‘School Subsidies for the Poor: Evaluating the Mexican Progresa Poverty Program’, Journal of Development Economics, 74(1), pp. 199-250. Si, A. R. and Sharma, N. K. (2008) ‘Empirical Study of Mid-Day Meal Programme in Khurda, Orissa’, Economic and Political Weekly, 43(25), pp. 46-55. Singh, S. B. (2004) ‘Future of Mid-Day Meals’, Economic and Political Weekly, 39(9), pp. 998-1000. Singh, A. Park, A

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