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					                           CURRICULUM VITAE
NAME:                   OMOLUABI, Peter Folarin.
PLACE & DATE OF BIRTH:  Igbo-Ola Oke; May 4, 1944
HOME ADDRESS:           5B, Ransome-Kuti Road, University of Lagos Campus, Akoka,
                        Lagos.
PRESENT POSTAL ADDRESS: Department of Psychology,
                        University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos.
EMAIL ADDRESS:          pfomoluabi@yahoo.com
PHONE:                  08023528818
NATIONALITY AT BIRTH:   Nigerian
PRESENT NATIONALITY:    Nigerian
MARITAL STATUS:         Married
NO. OF CHILDREN:        Four


A.   SECONDARY & POST SECONDARY EDUCATION

     1.     FORMAL EDUCATION
     (i)    Anglican Grammar School, Igarra - 1957-1961
     (ii)   University of Lagos, Akoka
            (a)    September, 1971-    June, 1974
            (b)    October, 1977 -     November, 1979
            (c)    January, 1980 -     June, 1981
            (d)    June, 1981      -   1987 (Staff Candidate)

     2.     PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMMES
            (a) Biofeedback Institute of Los Angeles, U. S. A., 1980
            (b) Ohio Institute for Addiction Studies, Cleveland, U.S.A., 1992
            (c) Cleveland State University, Cleveland, U.S.A., 1992
            (d) Institute for Rational – Emotive Therapy, New York, U.S.A, 1992
            (e) Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, U. S. A., 1992
            (f) Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, U.S.A., 1992
            (g) Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services Board, Cleveland, U.S.A., 1992
            (h) Oxford University, U. K. 2006

B.   ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL QUALIFIFCATIONS

     1.     ACADEMIC QUALIFIFCATIONS
            (a) West African School Certificate, December, 1961
            (b) G.C.E. O/L & A/L, January, 1967
            (c) B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology (2nd Class Upper), June 1974
            (d) M.Sc. Psychology (By Dissertation), January, 1981
            (e) Ph.D. Psychology, April, 1988

     2.     PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
            (a) Basic Biofeedback Competence Certificate, December 1980.
            (b) Drug Addiction Studies Certificate, August 1992.
            (c) Self-determination Program, August 1992.

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           (d)    Primary Rational-Emotive Therapy Certificate, October 1992.
           (e)    Evaluation & Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction Program, October 1992.
           (f)    Personal Growth & Advanced Gestalt Therapy Certificate, Nov. 1992.
           (g)    Pre-school Drug Abuse Prevention Program, November 1992.
           (h)    Certificate in Refugee Studies, July 2006.


C.   SCHOLARSHIPS

     (a)   Akoko-Edo Local Govt. Award for Secondary Education, 1958 - 1961.
     (b)   Federal Government Postgraduate Scholarship Award for M.Sc., 1977 - 1979.
     (c)   University of Lagos Postgraduate Scholarship Award for Ph.D. 1979 - 1981.
     (d)   Federal Government Postgraduate Scholarship Award for Ph.D., 1981 - 1983.


D.   TRAVEL GRANTS

     (a)   University of Lagos Sponsorship to Los Angeles, U.S.A. for training in biofeedback
           instrumentation and therapy, September, 1980-January, 1981.
     (b)   USIA Sponsored participation in Cleveland International Program’s (CIP) African
           Internship Project (AIP) on the prevention and treatment of substance abuse in Cleveland,
           U.S.A., July-Dec., 1992.


E.   MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED ASSOCIATIONS

     (a)   Nigerian Psychological Association; Offices held:
           (1)     Treasurer, 1984 - 1986
           (2)     Financial Secretary, 1986 – 1988
           (3)     Publicity Secretary, 1988 – 1990
           (4)     Secretary General, 1990 – 1992
           (5)     Vice President, 1996 – 1998
           (6)     President, 1999 - 2005
     (b)   Nigerian Association of Clinical Psychologists
     (c)   Biofeedback Society of California
     (d)   Biofeedback Society of America
     (e)   International Organization of Psychophysiology
     (f)   Nigerian Society for Psychotherapy.

F.   STATEMENT OF EXPERIENCE

     (a)   Clerical Officer II (Accounts), Accountant General’s Office, Ministry of Finance, Benin
           City, 1962 - 1968.
     (b)   Class Teacher, Ikosi Methodist High School, Agbowa, Lagos State 1969 –1971.
     (c)   Administrative Secretary, S.A.D. Press, Enugu, August, 1974 – July 1975 .(N.Y.S.C.)
     (d)   Lecturer Grade I (Psychology), Federal Ministry of Education (Attached to Methodist
           Teacher Training College, Sagamu); August 1975 -September 1977.
     (e)   Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Lagos:
           (i)     Appointed Lecturer II, June 1981.
           (ii)    Confirmation of Appointment May 1984.
           (iii) Promoted Lecturer 1, October 1984.
           (iv)    Promoted Senior Lecturer, October 1987.

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           (v)    Appointed Associate Professor, October, 1992
           (vi)   Appointed Professor, October 1998



G.   UNIVERSITY RESPONSIBILITIES

     1.    TEACHING

     (a)   Courses Taught

           (i)    Undergraduate
                  PSY 100:      Introduction to Psychology I & II
                  PSY 101:      Psychological Foundations
                  PSY 201:      Neuropsychology
                  FSS 201:      Social Science Statistics II
                  PSY 202:      Basic Processes in Psychology
                  PSY 203:      (old) Practical Psychology
                  PSY 203:      Essentials of Psychology
                  PSY 204:      Descriptive Statistics
                  PSY 204:      Personality Theories & Development
                  PSY 205:      Inferential Statistics
                  PSY 209:      Health Psychology
                  PSY 301:      Test & Measurements in Psychology
                  PSY 302:      Psychological Research Methods
                  PSY 303:      Psychopathology
                  PSY 307:      Psychology of Substance Abuse
                  PSY 349:      Introduction to Physiological Psychology
                  PSY 350:      Physiological Psychology
                  PSY 358:      Psychological Research Designs
                  PSY 402:      Psychopharmacology
                  PSY 403:      Abnormal Psychology
                  PSY 404:      Introductory Clinical Psychology
                  PSY 407:      Organizational Psychology
                  PSY 408:      Practicum in Psychotherapy I
                  PSY 409:      Practicum in Psychotherapy II
                  PSY 410:      Clinical Psychology III


           (ii)   Post Graduate Courses
                  PSY 702:      Psychology of Financial Management
                  PSY 705:      Clinical Neuropathology
                  PSY 804:      Adv. Experimental Designs in Psychology
                  PSY 808:      Advanced Psychopathology
                  PSY 809:      Clinical Assessment
                  PSY 811:      Behaviour Modification
                  PSY 810:      Psychotherapy
                  PSY 812:      Practicum in Clinical Psychology
                  PSY 806:      Advanced Physiological Psychology
                  PSY 827:      Theoretical Psychometrics.
                  PSY 903:      Seminars in Clinical Psychology


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                  PSY 904:      Adv. Practicum in Clinical Psychology
                  PSY 951:      Adv Doctoral Sem. In Clinical Psy I
                  PSY 952:      Adv Doctoral Sem. In Clinical Psy II
                  LHR 815:      Psychological Mgt of Trauma
                  MIA 816:      Leadership and Motivation in Civil Society
                  PIA 812:      Psychology of Social Change & Dev.
                  MMP 814:      Psychology of Human Relations Mgt.


     (b)   Research Projects Supervision to date
                 B.Sc.         -      77 Candidates
                 M.Sc.         -      41 Candidates
                 M. Phil.      -      4 Candidates
                 Ph.D.         -      6 Candidates

2.   DEPARTMENTAL DUTIES
     (a) Staff Secretary                                   -        1981 – 1982
     (b) Examination Officer                               -        1982 – 1984
     (c) Timetable Officer                                 -        1984 – 1986
     (d) Transport Officer                                 -        1985 – 1986
     (e) Students Liaison Officer                          -        1985 – 1986
     (f) Coordinator, Undergraduate Unit Course System -            1981 – 1984
     (g) Coordinator, Postgraduate Unit Course System      -        1983 – 1986
     (h) Coordinator, Departmental Seminars                -        1986 – 1988
     (i) Coordinator, Mini Projects                        -        1989 – 1990
     (j) Coordinator, PSY 202 & 203                        -        1983 – 1987
     (k) Coordinator, Honours Theses                       -        1989 – 1990
     (l) Coordinator, Internship Program                   -        1986 – 1988
     (m) Coordinator, Postgraduate Program                 -        1986 – 1992
     (n) Chairman Departmental Postgraduate Committee -             1990 – 1997
     (o) Editorial Adviser to Psychology Students’ Magazine-        1988 – 1990

3.   FACULTY DUTIES
     (a) Member, Faculty Forum Committee                      -     1981 – 1985
     (b) Member, Faculty Curriculum Committee                 -     1983 – 1987
     (c) Member, Faculty Building Committee                   -     1985 – 1987
     (d) Member, Faculty Research Committee                   -     1988 – 1990
     (e) Member, Faculty Petitions Committee                  -     1988 – 1990
     (f) Member, Special Committee on Executive Social
         Sciences Degree Program                              -     1989 – 1990
     (g) Chairman, Faculty Timetable Committee                -     1988 – 1990
     (h) Chairman, Faculty Examination Committee              -     1988 – 1990
     (i) Chairman, Faculty Admissions Committee               -     1988 – 1990
     (j) Coordinator, Faculty Students Political Activities   -     1988 – 1990
     (k) Chairman, Faculty Forum Committee                    -     1997 – 1999
     (l) Chairman, Faculty Research Committee                 -     2001 – 2004
     (m) Chairman, Faculty Journal/Publication Committee      -     2001 – 2004
     (n) Chairman, Faculty Students Petition Committee        -     2007 –




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4.   POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL DUTIES
     (a)  Endowment Committee Member,                               1992 – 1997
     (b)  Graduate Assistantship Committee                          1993 – 1997
     (c)  Member, Committee on drafting MPIA Program                1996
     (d)  Member, Academic Programs Committee                       1997 – 1998
     (e)  Chairman, Annual Lecture Series Committee                 1997


5.   ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
     (a) Sub-Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences                       1988 – 1990
     (b) Asst. Hall Master, Eni-Njoku Hall                          1994 – 1996
     (c) Hall Master, Eni-Njoku/ Sodeinde Halls                     1996 – 1999
     (d) Acting Head, Department of Psychology                      1996 – 1998
     (e) Chairman, Mariere Hall Management Committee                1999 – 2001
     (f) Interim Head, Dept. of Mass Communication                  2001 – 2002
     (g) Head, Department of Psychology                             2002 – 2005
     (h) Dean, College of Mgt Sciences, Redeemer’s University       2006 – 2007



6.   UNIVERSITY SPECIAL DUTIES

     (a)      Standing Committees/ Boards
     (i)      Member, University Senate                             1990 – 1992, 1998
     (ii)     Senate Library Committee Member                       1991 – 1992
     (iii)    Human Resources Dev. Board                            1996 – 2000
     (iv)     Students Welfare Board                                1997 – 1998
     (v)      Chairman, Committee on PG qualifying exam             1998 – 1999
     (vi)     Senate Academic Planning Committee                    1999 – 2003
     (vii)    Senate Appointment & Promotion Committee              2004 – 2005
     (viii)   Member, Central Research Committee                    2004 –

     (b)    Ad Hoc Committees/ Panels
     (i)    Akingbade Committee on anti-drug abuse on the campus – February, 1988.
     (ii)   Akingbade Committee on women in violence – July, 1988.
     (iii)  Tomori Panel on examination petitions in the Department of Mass Communication –
            September, 1988.
     (iv)   Susu Panel on fraud at the University Cash Office – October, 1988.
     (v)    Adubi Panel on official misconduct in the Department of African Languages and
            Literature – August, 1989.
     (vi)   Ojo Panel on dispute over a tender on an IBM Typewriter – October, 1989.
     (vii) Olaloku Panel on unruly behaviour among students during the swearing-in ceremony of
            ULSU executive – May, 1990.
     (viii) Akingbade Interview Panel for security officers – August, 1990.
     (ix)   Omoluabi Panel on negative attitude to work by a caretaker in the Registrar’s office –
            October, 1990.
     (x)    Akinfeleye Advisory Panel on the issuance of a new identity card – October, 1990.
     (xi)   Omoluabi Panel on the theft of a fan in the Works & Services Department – November,
            1990.
     (xii) Susu Adhoc Committee on examination malpractices – November, 1990 - 1995.

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     (xiii) Adejugbe Panel on students’ petitions in the Department of Mass Communication – May,
             1992.
     (xiv) Olatunji Panel on protest over MAS 804, in the PG School – May, 1992.
     (xv) Adigun Panel on a case of plagiarism in the PG School – May, 1992.
     (xvi) Adegite Panel on ASUU sponsored investigation into schools unrest – March, 1994.
     (xvii) Omoluabi panel on a case of stealing WAEC question paper during COSIT entrance exam
             - December 1994.
     (xviii) Akinyemi Interview Panel for security officers - 1994, 1995.
     (xix) Akingbade Panel on the operation of the R & A Unit of Works and Services Dept – May,
             1995.
     (xx) Olatunji Monitoring Committee on Halls of Residence Maintenance – December, 1995.
     (xxi) Omoluabi Panel on recent burglaries on campus – February, 1996.
     (xxii) Alo Committee on Lagoon front development – March, 1996.
     (xxiii) Omoluabi Interview panel for security officers - 1996, 1997.
     (xxiv) Akere Task Force on admission credentials verification – August, 1997.
     (xxv) Omoluabi Committee on COSIT admission regulation – October, 1997.
     (xxvi) Senate Committee on Cultism on campus – November, 1997.
     (xxvii) Akanki Committee on medical refund – December, 1997.
     (xxviii)Uchegbu Panel on allegation against two Engineering lecturers – July, 1998
     (xxix) Abioye Interview panel for security officers – November, 1998
     (xxx) Senate Committee on Diploma/Pre-degree Programmes review and restructuring –
             December, 2000
     (xxxi) Bandele Committee on the establishment of a sports Medicine Programme at CMUL –
             January, 2001
     (xxxii) Ogboja Senate Panel on student-Police clash – March, 2001
     (xxxiii)Johnson Senate Panel on Absentee CMUL Staff – June, 2002
     (xxxiv) Olowokudejo Senate Panel on the readmission of Students – October, 2003
     (xxxv) Awosope Senate Panel on mayhem in Unilag – Januay, 2005
     (xxxvi) Omoluabi panel on a case of altering results in Education – April 2006

7.   EXTERNAL UNIVERSITY DUTIES

     (i)   Associate Lecturing
     (a)   Dept. of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, University of Lagos – Clinical Psychology &
           Medical Psychology: 1989 - 1996.
     (b)   Institute of Education, University of Lagos, M.Ed. Sandwich Programme, PSY 808, PSY
           809: 1993 – 1999.
     (c)   Faculty of Law, University of Lagos, Evening Law Programme, PSY 100, PSY 101: 1984
           – 1997.
     (d)   Centre for Management Development, Executive PGD in Management - Quantitative
           Analysis & Statistics: 1993 – 1996.
     (e)   Faculty of Law, University of Lagos, MHRS Programme, LHR 815: 2000 -




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    (ii)    External Examination
    (a)     Visiting Lectureship in Psychology:
                    (i)    Snr Lect, Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nov. 1990 – Oct. 1991
                    (ii)   Professor, University of Ibadan, Oct. 1999 –Sept. 2000
                    (iii)  Professor, Redeemer’s University, Oct. 2006 – Sept. 2007
    (b)     B.Sc & M.Sc External Examiner, Department of Psychology:
                    (i)    University of Ghana, Legon, 1993 – 1996; 2002 – 2004
                    (ii)   Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 1993 – 1998.
                    (iii)  University of Jos, 1994 – 1998; 2002 – 2006
                    (iv)   University of Ibadan, 1996 – 1998; 2001 – 2005
                    (v)    University of Ado-Ekiti, 2001 – 2004
    (c)     M.Phil. External Examiner, Department of Psychology:
                    (i)    University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1996 – 1997.
                    (ii)   University of Ghana, Legon, 1996; 2003 – 2004
    (d)     PhD Thesis External Examiner:
                    (i)    Dept. of Psychology, University of Ibadan, 1995
                    (ii)   Dept. of Psychology, University of Jos, 2000
                    (iii)  Dept. of Comm. and Lang. Arts, University of Ibadan, 2003
                    (iv)   Dept. of Psychology, University of Ghana, Legon, 2004
                    (v)    Dept. of Bus. Admin., University of Benin, 2005
    (e)     External Assessor for Professorial Appointment, Department of Psychology:
                    (i)    Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 1999
                    (ii)   Adekunle Ajasin University, Akunga-Akoko, 2002
                    (iii)  Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 2003
                    (iv)   University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 2005
                    (v)    University of Ado-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti, 2005
                    (vi)   Federal Polytechnic, Ede, 2006 (Snr. Lecturer)
                    (vii) University of Ghana, Legon, 2008

    (iii)   Editorial Duties
    (a)     Book Review Editor, Nigerian Journal of Psychology, Benin City.
    (b)     Associate Editor, Ife Psychologia: An International Journal, Ile-Ife.
    (c)     Associate Editor, Journal of Issues in Social Sciences, Benin City.
    (d)     Consulting Editor, Journal of Psychology in Technological Research, Awka.
    (e)     Editorial Board Member, Journal of Speech & Hearing Rehabilitation, Lagos.
    (f)     Associate Editor, Journal of Research in Behavioural Sciences, Ile-Ife.
    (g)     Technical Adviser, Journal of Health and Social Issues, Ado-Ekiti.
    (h)     Consulting Editor, Nigerian Educational Psychologist, Nsugbe.
    (i)     Associate Editor, Journal of Psychology in Africa, Sovenga, South Africa.
    (j)     Associate Editor, Journal of Society, Development & Public Health, Lagos.
    (k)     Consulting Editor, The Counselling Psychologist, Warri.
    (l)     Consulting Editor, Nigerian Journal of Contemporary Psychology, Owerri.
    (m)     Consulting Editor, Nigerian Clinical Psychologist, Nsukka
    (n)     Consulting Editor, Nigerian Journal of Basic & Applied Psychology, Jos.
    (o)     Review/Assessor on ad hoc basis for several journals in Nigeria




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8.   CURRENT RESEARCH

     1.     Psychophysiological indicants of affective behaviour.
     2.     Varieties of stress forms: characteristics and management strategies.
     3.     Contemporary psychological abuses.
     4.     Developing series of psychometric tests.

H.   OTHER ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE CURRENT EMPLOYMENT

     1.     MEMBERSHIP OF VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS
     (a)    Executive Volunteer, Family Life Organisation (FAMILO)
     (b)    Trustee, Nigerian Dyslexia Association
     (c)    Staff Adviser, Nigerian Red Cross Society, Unilag.
     (d)    Staff Adviser, UNESCO Club, Unilag
     (e)    Member, Governing Board, Nigeria Youth AIDS Programme (NYAP)
     (f)    Member, Board of Trustees, International Spastic Centre
     (g)    Consultant, Damilola Taylor Foundation
     (h)    Member, Board of Governors, Majors International College, Lagos.

     2.     DRAMA
            A principal actor in the following plays:
     (a)    “The Flood” by Bode Osanyin staged in Hiddleshein, W. Germany and Lagos, September
            1983
     (b)    “Woman” by Osanyin staged in West Berlin and Lagos, June 1985.
     (c)    “My Darling Woman” by Evans Hunter on NTA Channel 10, December 1984.
     (d)    “Mind Bending” by Lola Fani-Kayode on NTA Network, January 1990.

     3.     TELEVISION DISCUSSION PANELS
     Various topics of national and international interest, e.g. Drug Abuse, crime prevention, the role of
     women, inflation, student crisis, the role of youths, etc.

     4.      NEWSPAPER INTERVIEWS
     Psychological analysis of several topics of national interest e.g. alcoholism, dangers of drug abuse,
     motor accidents, armed robbery, single women syndrome, arson, delinquency, assassination,
     terrorism, etc.

     5.     COUNSELOR OF STUDENTS WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS.




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6.   NATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS
     (a)  Member, National Working Committee of the Amateur Athletic Association of Nigerian
          (AAAN), 1982 – 1985.
     (b)  Member, Special Police Committee for a National Conference on crime prevention and
          control, December 1987 – May, 1988
     (c)  Member, WAI Brigade National Ethics Drafting Committee, September, 1989.
     (d)  First Vice Chairman, National Sports Psychology Association, 1990 – 1993.
     (e)  Psychologist in charge of the Lagos Training Camp for Nigerian Athletes to 1992
          Barcelona Olympic Games, January – July, 1992.
     (f)  Member, team that wrote and critiqued the drug abuse education curriculum for Primary,
          JSS and SSS classes for the National Council on Education, 1992 – 1993.
     (g)  Member, National Task Force that wrote “Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality
          Education in Nigeria”, 1995 – 1996.
     (h)  Member, Committee on the review of mental health legislation. Kaduna, Nov. 22 – 24,
          1998.
     (i)  Member, Implementation planning team for sexuality education curriculum for Lagos
          State Schools. Ogere, January 26-31, 2003.


     7.    HOBBIES
     (a)   Amateur Astronomy
     (b)   Radio listening
     (c)   Reading
     (d)   Jogging




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I.    PUBLICATIONS

I.    DISSERTATION & THESIS
      1.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1974). A comparative study of three incentives (Ability stimulation, Food
              & Money) on the performance of monotonous task. Unpublished B.Sc. Honours
              Thesis, University of Lagos.
      2.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1979). An investigation of the psychological functioning of Nigerian
              hospitalised psychotics. Unpublished M.Sc. Dissertation, University of Lagos.
      3.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1987). Psychophysiological patterns of anxiety in the development of
              psychopathology. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Lagos.

II.   BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS
      (a) Books Co-edited
      1.  Animba, O., Denga, D. I. & Omoluabi, P. F. (Eds.) (1993). An appraisal of student unrest
             in Nigeria. Enugu: ABIC Publishers.

      2.     Animba, O., Omoluabi, P. F., Anowor, O. O. (Eds.) (1995). The Nigeria education system
                in crisis. Enugu: AGP publishers

      3.     Omoluabi, P. F. & Animba, O. (Eds). (1998)Counselling for Survival: Issues and
               techniques. Enugu: AGP Publishers

       (b)   Chapters in books
      4.     Omoluabi P. F. (1986a). Biofeedback Therapy: Appraisal and demonstration. In E.B.
                Wilson (Ed.), Psychology and Society. Ile-Ife: Nigerian Psychological Association,
                128-139.

      5.     Omoluabi, P. F. (1990a). Disorders of self-concept. In A. A. Olowu (Ed.), Contemporary
                issues in self-concept studies. Ibadan: Shaneson C. I. Ltd., 17-33.


      6.     Omoluabi, P. F. (1990b). Assessment of self-concept. In A. A. Olowu (Ed.), Contemporary
                issues in self-concept studies. Ibadan: Shaneson C. I. Ltd., 121-141.

      7.     Omoluabi, P. F. (1991a). The single-woman syndrome and social change in Nigeria. In Lai
                Olurode (Ed.), Women and Social Change in Nigeria. Lagos: Unity Publishing &
                Research Co Ltd., 101-116.

      8.     Omoluabi, P. F. (1991b). Environmental stress in a developing country. In A. A. Olowu
                (Ed.), Readings in Environmental Psychology. Ibadan: Shaneson C. I. Ltd., 18-30.


      9.     Omoluabi, P. F. (1991c). Psychological health hazards among workers in the Nigerian oil
                industry. In S. Tomori (Ed.), The Oil and Gas Sector in the Nigerian Economy. Lagos;
                Faculty of Social Sciences, 65-85.

      10.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1992). The influence of peer group cohorting on indiscipline in schools.
                In R. V. Ugorji & E. U. Egwu (Eds.), Current social issues in Applied Psychology.
                London: ABS Books, 516-532.




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     11.    Omoluabi. P. F. (1993a). A psychological perspective of the genesis of peer group cohorts
               and secret societies on University campuses. In O. Animba, D. I. Denga & P. F.
               Omoluabi, (Eds.), An appraisal of student unrest in Nigeria. Enugu: ABIC Publishers,
               32-49.

     12.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1994a). Application of psychosocial principles in boardroom conflict
               resolution. In R. Egwuonwu (Ed.), Boardroom Management: A book of Readings.
               Lagos: Stride Associates. 130-144.


     13.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1995a). Psychological strategies for detecting and preventing fraud in
               organisations. In R. Egwuonwu (Ed.), Corporate financial risk exposure management.
               Lagos: Stride Association. 391-421.

     14.    Ezeilo, B. N. & Omoluabi, P. F. (1995a). Psychophysiology of stress and illness. In B. N.
                Ezeilo (Ed.), Family stress management. Enugu: ABIC Publishers, 23-32.

     15.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998a). Practical steps in counselling and stress management. In P.
               Omoluabi & O. Animba (Eds), Counselling for survival: Issues and techniques.
               Enugu: AGP Publishers, 109 – 118.

     16.    Omoluabi, P. F. (2003a). Vagaries, Vignettes and Vistas of childhood psychopathology. In
               R. O. Nnachi & P.S.E. Ezeh (Eds.), The behaviour problems of the Nigerian child.
               Awka: Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologists, 1-11.

     17.    Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Play and children’s educational development. In B. Inko-Tariah
               (Ed.), Play & Children’s education. Port-Harcourt: Education Associates, 7-13.

     18.    Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Psychological Concominants of Corruption in Nigeria. In L.
               Olurode & R. Anifowose (Eds.), Rich but Poor: Corruption and good governance in
               Nigeria. Lagos: Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Lagos, 109-119

     19.    Omoluabi, P. F. (2008b). Psychological foundation of xenophobia. In A. A. Olowu (Ed.),
               Xenophobia: A contemporary issue in psychology. Ile-Ife: The Ife Centre for
               Psychological Studies, 53-71.

     20.    Omoluabi, P. F. (In Press). The role of psychodiagnostics in modern therapeutic processes.
               In A. Awaritefe and A. Aroyewun (Eds.), Towards a sane society. Benin City:
               Nigerian Association of Clinical Psychologists.

     III.   Papers in Journals
     21.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1983). Long-term effects of psychoactive drugs on psychomotor
               functioning. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2 (1&2), 29-39.

     22.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1985). The Psychological functioning of psychotics. Nigerian Journal of
               Clinical Psychology, 4 (1&2), 25-34.

     23.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1986b). Psychological treatment of brain fag syndrome. Nigerian Journal
               of Psychology, 5 (1), 23-34.




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     24.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1986c). Effects of Long-term hospitalization on the psychological
              functioning of orthopaedic patients. Nigerian Journal of Psychological Research, 2
              (1&2), 36-43.

     25.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1987/88). Standardization of the psychophysiological symptoms
              checklist. Nigerian Journal of Psychology, 6&7 (1&2), 118-128.


     26.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1988a). The influence of sex, age and contact on the stigmatization of
              psychotics. Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Psychology, 1 (1), 12-20.

     27.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1988b). Differences between psychophysiological and psychometric
              measures of anxiety. Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Psychology, 1 (2), 69-78.

     28.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1988/89). An appraisal of sports anxiety, Psychopathologie Africaine,
              XXII (2), 223-233.

     29.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1989). The stress reactions of failed students to University Re-sit
              Examination. Lagos Education Review, 5 (1), 143-151.

     30.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1990c). The influence of age and sex on the attitude of Nigerians towards
              alcohol consumption. Personality Study and Group Behaviour, 10 (10), 21-30.

     31.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1990d) Psychophysiological evaluation of brain fag: A studying-related
              syndrome peculiar to Africans. Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, 7 (1), 1-7.

     32.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1991d). Practical issues in the psychological rehabilitation of drug
              abusers. Journal of Issues in Social Sciences, 1 (3), 90-99.

     33.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1991e). A review of the psychological effects of detention. Nigerian
              Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1 (1), 88-98.

     34.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1991f). Self-attitude change through cognitive imagery. Nigerian Journal
              of Psychology, 8 (1), 49-53.

     35.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993b). Validation of test anxiety inventory for Nigerian samples.
              Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Psychology, 3 (1), 37-47.

     36.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993c). Relationships between performance in intelligence tests and
              achievements in school examinations. Ife Psychologia: An International Journal, 1
              (2), 48-58.

     37.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994b). Psychological management of hyperhidrosis: A pilot study.
              Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, 10 (1&2), 17-27.

     38.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994c). Practical steps in learning diaphragmatic breathing: A first aid
              technique for reducing sports anxiety. Ife Psychologia: An International Journal, 2
              (2), 129-135.

     39.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994d). Group behaviour on campuses: Implications for students’ unrest.
              African Sociological Review, 2 (1&2), 70-78.

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     40.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995b). A review of the incidence of non-prescription psychoactive
              substance use/ misuse in Nigeria. International Journal of the Addictions, 30 (4), 445-
              458.

     41.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995c). Problems and prospects of electrodermal activity in behavioural
              assessment. Ife Psychologia: An International Journal, 3 (2), 79-100.

     42.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996a). Stress reactions of University students to Nigerian’s socio-
              economic changes in a ten-year period. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 2, 14-28

     43.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996b). Cognitive versus behavioural methods of managing sports
              anxiety: A response to Mr. Ochinya Ojiji. Ife Psychologia: An International Journal,
              4(1), 107 - 113


     44.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997a). Comparison of psychophysiological and psychometric techniques
              in the assessment of the efficacy of psychotherapy. Ife Psychologia: An International
              Journal, 5 (2), 71-79.

     45.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997b). Psychophysiological condition of clients during rapport
              establishment: Implications for effective psychotherapy. Journal of Health and Social
              Issues, 1 (1), 11-17.

     46.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997c). Causes of marital stress in Nigeria. Unilag Journal of Social
              Sciences, 1(1), 42 – 58.

     47.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2001). Processes and principles of conflictology. Ife Psychologia: An
              International Journal, 9 (3), 1-13.

     48.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003b). 10Cs of Psychotrauma in refugees. Ife Psychologia: An
              International journal, 11(3), 55-71.

     49.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Development and Standardization of Perafom Integrated Aptitude
              Test (PIAT). Ife Psychologia: An International Journal, 14 (1), 1-14.

     50.   Olurunishola, D. A. & Omoluabi, P. F. (2006a). Indicators of psychopathological
               symptoms among selected church attendants in Lagos. Nigerian Quarterly Journal of
               Hospital Medicine, 16 (2), 76 – 79.

     51.   Olorunishola, D. A. & Omoluabi, P. F. (2006b). The effect of Rational Emotive Therapy
               (RET) on selected church attendants with psychopathological symptoms. Journal of
               Clinical Science, 6 (1), 16 – 19.

     52.   Owoeye, O. A., Aina, O. F., Omoluabi, P. F. & Olumide, Y. M. (2007). An assessment of
              emotional pain among subjects with chronic dermatological problems in Lagos,
              Nigeria. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 3 (2), 129 – 138.

     53.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Psychological health of Nigerian youths and sustainable national
              development. Nigerian Clinical Psychologist, 2, 1-6


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     54.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008c). Electomyographic predictors of anxiety manifestation. Nigerian
              Journal of Clinical Psychology, 9, 1-18

     IV.   ABSTRACTS/SHORT REPORTS/MAGAZINE ARTICLES
     1.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1989). Psychological strategies for coping with anxiety. In Kubay
              Associates (Eds.), Executive Stress Management. Lagos: Kubay Associates Ltd. Ch 2

     2.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1989/90). Psychological evaluation and management of flying anxiety.
              Psychological Life, 4, 4-5.

     3.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1990). Windows to the mind. Pragmatic Psychology, 3, 25-27.

     4.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1992). Staying cool under pressure: Effective management of executive
              stress. In VGD Consultancy, (Eds.), General Management Seminar. Lagos, VGD
              Consultancy Ltd., 57-63.

     5.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Psychological strategies for coping with stress in a depressed
              economy. The Social Scientist, 1 (1), 28-31.

     6.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Relaxation techniques in stress management. In B.N. Ezeilo, (Ed.),
              Family stress management. Enugu, ABIC Publishers, 127 - 131

     7.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Repatriation and the refugee: A summary of the psychological
              implications: Nigerian Forum, 15 (9-10), 206-209

     8.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1996a). Is your child thumb – sucking? Mothercare, 1(2), 16 – 17

     9.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1996b). Fear in children. Mothercare, 1(4), 20 – 21.

     10.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996c). A discriminant analytic study of anxiety levels in Nigerian
              Psychopathological groups. International Journal of Psychology, Abstracts of the xxvi
              ICP, Montreal, Canada, 216.7, 131

     11.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996d). Peculiarity of the problems of African refugees and displaced
              persons. AREF Newsletter, March 19-21.

     12.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Solution to problems of AIDS in the family. Today’s Psychology,
              2 (8), 18-21.

     13.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Role of women in the control of illicit drug trafficking and abuse:
              A psychosocial perspective. Drug Salvation Force, 4 (2), 36 – 38.

     14.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998/99). Psychological effects and management of HIV/AIDS disease.
              AIESEC Bridge, 5-6.

     15.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Psychopathohistographical analysis of scarcity. Milecons, xv, 26 -
              30.

     16.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2000). Foreword. In I. Odumodu, The great epidemic, 2nd Edition. Lagos:
              Crusade Against Abuse of Drugs (CAAD)


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     17.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2001a). Psychobiosocial challenges of human development. Psycho-
              Human Development Guide 1 (1), 8-9

     18.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2001b). Foreword. In M. S Jatto, Key points in cooperative movement
              and management. Lagos: LUTH/CMUL CTCS Ltd

     19.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2001c). Principles of human relations in understanding and satisfying
              customer needs. Tick, 3 (7), 13-15.

     20.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2001d). The power of sex. Quality life, 1 (1), 7-8.

     21.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002a). Stress management as a survival strategy. In W. E. Akpieyi –
              Otuedon (Ed.), Business Challenges of the 21st Century. Lagos: CSA Productions.
              123-133.

     22.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002b). Disaster management: The need for social intervention.
              Response, May-June, 20.

     23.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002c). Stages of substance use disorders and how the church can come
              to the rescue. Redemption Light, 7 (10), 19-20.

     24.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). Foreword. In Jossy Nkwocha & Joy Nkwocha. The 21 biggest
              problems in marriage and their solutions, Vol.2. Lagos: Zoom Lens Publishers.

     25.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004a). 42 Myths of reproductive health and rights in the mind of
              adolescents. Repro-Mat, 6(2), 9

     26.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004b). Psychophysiological correlates of anxiety among
              psychopathological groups. International Journal of Psychophysiology 54, (1-2), 146-
              147.

     27.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Foreword. In B. Y. Oladimeji. Psychological assessment
              techniques in healthcare. Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press.

     28.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006a). Foreword. In I. N. Mantu, Leading issues on national leadership,
              economy & development. Lagos: Strategic Decisions Publishers.

     29.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006b). Foreword. In I. N. Mantu, Challenges to political & economic
              reforms in Nigeria. Lagos: Strategic Decisions Publishers

     30.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006c). Retirement planning for Pastors. In A. O. Jolaosho (Ed.), A new
              dimension in ministry: ASCON 2006. Lagos Foursquare Gospel Church. 23 – 26

     31.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Self-Management Strategies for achieving success in organizations
              In H. T. Bozimo & J. J. Akpieyi (Eds.), Lean thinking for world-class performance.
              Lagos: Trithel International Consulting. 119 – 130

     32.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Jet Lag: The Snag of tourism. Goge Africa, Vol. 2 Issue 1, 26 – 27

     33.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008). Foreword. In G. Azenabor (Ed.), Philosophical Psychology:
             Selected Readings (2nd Edition). Lagos: Promocomms Ltd

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     34.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008). Acquiring ehanced self knowledge skills. In J. J. Akpieyi (Ed.),
             Keeping Customers for Life. Lagos: Trithel International Consulting. 187-200

     V.    CONFERENCE PAPERS
     1.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1989). Psychological strategies for the self-management of work stress.
              Paper presented at the National Workshop on Workstress. Lagos, May 2.

     2.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1990). Management of retirement stress. Paper presented at the NECA
              Pre-retirement seminar. Lagos, June 11 – 15.

     3.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1990). The Psychological impact of child abuse. Paper presented at the
              Lagos State Ministry of Youths, Sports and Social Development, 1990 Family Week
              Celebration. Lagos, October 18.

     4.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1990). The Psychophysical dimension of occupational stress. Paper
              presented at Management Workshop, Lagos, November 30.

     5.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1991). Application of psychological principles in enhancing the
              executives’ human relations at work. Paper presented at Human Relations Workshop.
              Lagos, August 25-31.

     6.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1992). Psychometric approach to determining integrity during
              employment interview. Paper presented at the symposium of the Committee of
              Personnel Experts. Lagos, April 24.

     7.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1992). Behavioural Strategies for managing and working with complex
              executive. Paper presented at the Advanced Secretaries Conference. Abuja, April 25.

     8.    Omoluabi, P. F. (199 2). How Stress Affects Decision Making. Paper presented at the
              seminar on developing skills in leadership and communication. Lagos, May 28.

     9.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1992). Psychological strategies for enhancing personal security. Paper
              presented at the First National Security/ Intelligence Seminar. Ota, June 15-2 1.

     10.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1992). Treatment program outcome evaluation planning. Paper presented
              at the Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services Board training workshop. Cleveland, Ohio,
              U.S.A. October 28.

     11.   Omoluabi, P.F. (1992). A review of the incidence and treatment of chemical dependency in
              Nigeria. Paper presented at the African perspective on substance abuse workshop
              Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A November 4.

     12.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1992). Overcoming resistance to preschool substance abuse prevention
              program. Paper presented at the 2nd Building Blocks Pre-school Drug Prevention
              Conference. Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. November 6-7.

     13.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). The challenges of managing people: Insights from personality
              profiles and development. Paper presented at Leadership & Personal Skills Workshop.
              lbadan, March 16.


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     14.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Building and maintaining effective interpersonal relationship.
              Paper presented at Customers Relations Workshop. Lagos, March 19.

     15.       Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Handling Interpersonal conflicts.          Paper presented at
               Customers Relation Workshop. Lagos, March 20.

     16.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Application of group dynamism in trade unionism. Paper presented
              at the Trade Unions Workshop. Lagos, April 21.

     17.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Effective counselling and performance review process. Paper
              presented at Improving Managerial Performance Workshop. Ogere, May 21.

     18.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Time and self-management. Paper presented at Middle
              Management Workshop. Lagos, June 7.

     19.   Omoluabi, P. F. (I 993). Psychological dimensions of pension administration. Paper
              presented at Pensions and Gratuity Administration Seminar. Lagos, September 15-17.

     20.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Detecting and minimizing fraud in organizations. Paper presented
              at Clerical Staff Improvement Course. Lagos, September 27.

     21.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Psychological evaluation of retirement. Paper presented at Pre-
              retirement Seminar. Port-Harcourt, September 29.

     22.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Career management and employee counselling. Paper presented at
              Human Resources Course. Lagos, October 25 - 29.

     23.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1993). Institutionalized conflict resolution. Paper presented at Conflict
              Management Workshop. Lagos, November 3 - 5.

     24.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Psychosocial implications of the application of the bankruptcy
              law. Paper presented at the Corporate Finance Conference. Ota, Feb. 22 – 24.

     25.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Behavioural strategies for effective trade union management
              negotiations. Paper presented at the National Conference on Politically Motivated
              Strikes. Lagos, March 1-3.

     26.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Psychological causes and remedies of single parenthood. Paper
              presented at the First annual APQUEN Conference. Enugu, April 16-17.

     27.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Leisure activities for retirees. Paper presented at a Pre-retirement
              Seminar. Lagos, June 20-23.

     28.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Enjoying life in retirement: A psychosocial analysis. Paper
              presented at the Lagos State Govt. Public Service Forum. Lagos, July 5.

     29.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). The administrator and human relations in conflict management.
              Paper presented at the Modern Business World Workshop. Lagos, August 24-26.

     30.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). High performance leaders. Paper presented at a workshop on
              creating and sustaining high performance organisations. Badagry, November 7-12.

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     31.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Designing a performance improvement process. Paper presented
              at a workshop on creating and sustaining high performance in organisations. Badagry,
              November 7-12.

     32.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). The roles of peer groups in promoting discipline in schools. Paper
              presented at Lagos State Model College, Kankon. November l6.

     33.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). The Psychosocial implications of quitting tobacco use. Paper
              presented at the 1994 World No-tobacco Day organized by the Federal Ministry of
              Health & Social Services. Lagos, November 22.

     34.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Management of human elements in budgeting and control. Paper
              presented at the Budget Planning and Control Systems Workshop. Lagos, November
              29-30.

     35.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Psychosocial Implications of AlDS in the Nigerian family. Paper
              presented at the 1994 World AIDS Day organized by the Federal Ministry of Health &
              Social Services. Lagos, November 30.

     36.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1994). Staff commitment and goal setting in team work. Paper presented
              at a workshop on profit oriented performance. Lagos, December 15-17.

     37.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Psychological appraisal of rewards in work organization. Paper
              presented at an Intermediate Management Workshop. Lagos, February 28.

     38.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). A process analysis of psychosocial factors in negotiation and
              conflict resolution. Paper presented at the Movement for Peace in West African
              (MOPWA) Conference. Lagos, March 7-8.

     39.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Leadership styles of trade unionists in Nigeria. Paper presented at
              a seminar organised by the Nigerian Industrial Relations Association. Lagos, April
              26-27.

     40.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Communication in marriage. Paper presented at a Marriage
              Seminar. Lagos, April 29.

     41.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Psychological implications of applying the failed-bank decree.
              Paper presented at a workshop on Failed Bank Decree. Lagos, May 2.

     42.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Application of consumer psychology in enhancing product
              marketing in a depressed economy. Paper presented at a Product Marketing Seminar.
              Lagos, June 26-28.

     43.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Psychophysiology of stress and illness. Paper presented at a
              Family Stress Management Seminar. Enugu, July 4-5.

     44.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Learning theories and principles of adult learning. Paper
              presented at a course on Human Resources Development. Lagos, August 14-22.




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     45.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Human relations leadership styles and productivity. Paper
              presented at Productivity Improvement Workshop. Lagos, September 18 – 22.

     46.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Effective motivation and leadership for results. Paper presented at
              a Middle Level Management Workshop. Agbara, October 5-6.

     47.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). Information productivity management in a crisis period. Paper
              presented at the First National Information Management Conference. Lagos, October
              18 –19.

     48.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1995). The roles of course advisers, supervisors and course teachers as
              counsellors in the unit course system. Paper presented at a workshop on unit course
              system. University of Lagos, November 28-29.

     49.   Omoluabi P. F. (1996). Social psychology and marketing. Paper presented at a Marketing
              Workshop organised by Association of Advertising Practitioners of Nigeria. Lagos,
              Feb. 26-29.

     50.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Facts and fiction about substance use and abuse among youths.
              Paper presented at a symposium organized by Nigeria Youth Organisation. Lagos,
              March 25.

     51.   Omoluabi P. F. (1996). Organisational change and development. Paper presented at a
              Senior Management Workshop. Lagos, March 28 & 29.

     52.   Omoluabi P. F. (1996). Organisational power and politics. Paper presented at a senior
              management workshop. Lagos, March 28 - 29.

     53.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Healthy cities for better life: alleviating the problems of
              environmental stress on Nigerian cities. Paper presented at 1996 World Health Day
              Celebration by the Federal Ministry of Health. Lagos, April 4.

     54.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Effective alleviation of the socioeconomic trauma of women and
              children refugees/displaced persons. Paper presented at the International Conference
              on the Alleviation of the Burden of African Refugees. Lagos, April 29-30.

     55.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Psychological effects of drugs on sports persons. Paper presented
              at a national seminar on sportsmen and the use of drugs in sports. Lagos, May 23.

     56.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Psychosocial impact assessment of contract management. Paper
              presented at a contract seminar. Lagos, May 29-31.

     57.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). My Legacy. Paper presented at the prize-giving day of National
              College, Bariga. Lagos, June 26.

     58.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Management of human resource. Paper presented at a
              management workshop. Ota, July 10.

     59.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). The persona of the supervisor/ manager and its impact on human
              relations at work. Paper presented at a middle-level management workshop. Lagos,
              July 15-17.

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     60.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Data classification, descriptive statistics and their uses. Paper
              presented at a workshop for Lagos State Local Government Staff. Lagos, August 12-
              14.

     61.   Omoluabi, P. F. (l996). Psychological preparation for formal speaking. Paper presented at
              a public speaking workshop. Ota, August 21-23.

     62.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). The use of persuasion in making presentation. Paper presented at a
              public speaking workshop. Ota, August 21-23.

     63.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Psychological profile of the criminal. Paper presented at Alimosho
              LGA Security Week Seminar. Lagos, September. 10-11.

     64.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Society and crime prevention: A Psychological analysis. Paper
              presented at Alimosho LGA Security Week Seminar. Lagos, September. 10-11.

     65.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Application of psychological principles in credit management.
              Paper presented at a management workshop. Lagos, September 25-26.

     66.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Psychological processes of debt recovery. Paper presented at a
              management workshop. Lagos, September 25-26.

     67.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Resolving psychological crisis among female undergraduates.
              Paper presented at Moremi Hall Week, Unilag. Lagos, November. 4.

     68.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). The role of the family in crime prevention. Paper presented at the
              21st Annual Delegates conference of Nigeria Association for the Care and
              Resettlement of Offenders (NACRO). Lagos, November 7.

     69.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Parental role in adolescent choice of career. Paper presented at an
              in-house seminar by G&C Unit of the Federal Ministry of Lagos. Lagos November.
              21.

     70.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1996). Psychosocial factors in personal security. Paper presented at a
              security workshop. Lagos, November. 28.

     71.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Adapting to life in prison. Paper presented at a seminar in Kirikiri
              Maximum Prison. Lagos, January 6.

     72.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Adolescents in the school system: Problems, potentials and
              prospects. Paper presented at a workshop by Lagos State Public Service Staff
              Development Centre, Magodo. Lagos, February 10-14.

     73.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Disharmony in the family: Causes, consequences and cures. Paper
              presented at a seminar by the United Nations Information Centre. Lagos, February. 18.

     74.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). The impact of cultural/religious beliefs on the care of patients.
              Paper presented at the Navy Health Conference ’97. Lagos, April 28-30.




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     75.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Application of psychological principles in marketing insurance
              products. Paper presented at a Marketing Workshop. Lagos, April 30.

     76.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Psychology of human development. Paper presented at a National
              Workshop by the Federation of Female Nurses and Midwives. Lagos, July 3-4.

     77.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Resisting peer pressure. Paper presented at the Speech & Prize
              Giving Day by Command Day Secondary School, Oshodi. Lagos, July, 19.

     78.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Demonstrating positive behaviour while interacting with the
              public. Paper presented at the training programme for Hall Managers/House Keepers
              by HRDB, Unilag. Lagos, August 5-6.

     79.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Enhancing the communication skills of counsellors. Paper
              presented at a workshop by Lagos State Ministry of Education. Lagos, September. 18.

     80.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Profile of Sir Gabriel Igbinedion At launch of R. Egwuonwu,
              Interlocking directorates & corporate governance book in honour. Lagos, September
              23.

     81.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). The need for cultural communication and our process of
              democratisation. Paper presented at the “Nigerian News” Anniversary Public Lecture.
              Ikorodu, September. 30.

     82.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Psychological dimension of locally sourcing and producing
              mobility aids. Paper presented at a national workshop by the Federal Ministry of
              Women Affairs and Social Development. Lagos, October 21-23.

     83.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Self-management for success in a depressed economy. Paper
              presented at the Annual Public Lecture of Remo Divisional High School, Sagamu Old
              Students Association. Lagos, November 8.

     84.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1997). Identifying security risks in organisations. Paper presented at a
              security workshop. Lagos, December. 8-10.

     85.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998), Alleviating burnout syndrome in the school system. Paper
              presented at a Counselling Workshop for the staff of St. Gregory’s College. Lagos,
              February 23.

     86.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Decision making in interviewing. Paper presented at a workshop
              on Essential Interviewing Skills. Ota, February. 25 – 27.

     87.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). The Counselling interview. Paper presented at a workshop on
              Essential Interviewing Skills. Ota, February. 25 – 27

     88.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Stress management in the school system. Paper presented at a
              schools management workshop. Lagos, March 11 – 12.

     89.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Language abilities and disabilities .Paper presented at a special
              dyslexia awareness programme. Lagos, March 21


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     90.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). The street kids’ phenomenon Paper presented to a meeting of the
               Rotary Club of Opebi. Lagos, March 30.

     91.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). A review of P. A. Uzoma, (1997), Guide to retirement planning.
               Apapa: Kubay Associates. Lagos, April 21.

     92.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Theories of motivational processes in management .Paper
               presented at a management workshop. Lagos, June 15 – 17.

     93.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Principles, process and practice of leadership in management.
               Paper presented at a management workshop. Lagos, June 15 – 17

     94.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Approaches to managing difficult executives. Paper presented at an
               Information Management Seminar. Lagos, June 23 – 24.

     95.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Human relations in security operations. Paper presented at a
               security workshop. Lagos, July 13

     96.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). The Psychological disposition of security personnel. Paper
               presented at a security workshop. Lagos, July 13

     97.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Psychosocial factors in contract administration. Paper presented
               at a workshop on contract administration. Lagos, July 29.

     98.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Mobilising people for effective participation in non-profit making
               social and humanitarian organisations. Paper presented at a workshop organized by
               the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development. Lagos, July 30.

     99.    Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Time and stress management for secretaries. Paper presented at a
               workshop on Effective Communication and Human Relations. Lagos, August 1.

     100.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Personality factors in facilitating interpersonal skills. Paper
               presented at a workshop on Interpersonal Skills organized by CMD. Lagos, September
               14 – 18.

     101.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Processes and prospects of securing personal security. Paper
               presented a security workshop. Lagos, October 10

     102.   Omoluabi, P.F. (1998). Coping with emotional and psychological stress. Paper presented at
               the 1998 Fellows’ Conference of the Nigerian Society for Chemical Engineers. Lagos,
               October 15

     103.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Psychosocial effects of Year 2000 Computer bug. Paper presented
               at a workshop on the Millennium Computer Bug. Lagos, October 29 – 30

     104.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Corporate life and family pressures: The way out. Paper presented
               at a workshop organized by Women Entrepreneur Association of Nigeria (WEAN),
               Lagos, November. 6.




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     105.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Career Counselling, Management and Education: Veritable tools
               for self management and empowerment. Paper presented at an empowerment training
               workshop, Lagos, November. 12 – 14.

     106.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Counselling the handicapped children. Paper presented at a
               counselling skills training workshop by CASSON. Lagos, November. 17 – 18.

     107.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1998). Facing the psychobiosocial challenges of human development.
               Paper presented at Grace Schools 30th anniversary and prize giving day. Lagos,
               December. 16.

     108.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Psychosocial bases of campus violence, cultism and religious
               fanaticism in Nigerian tertiary institutions. Paper presented at a leadership workshop
               organized by CDHR. Lagos, February 12-13.

     109.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). The family unit as the bedrock of national discipline. Paper
               presented at the family week 99 workshop of the Rotary International District 9110
               Nigeria. Lagos, March 4.

     110.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Concepts and effective management of time. Paper presented at a
               supervisory workshop. Lagos, April 28-29.

     111.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Identifying and managing time wasters. Paper presented at a
               supervisory workshop. Lagos, April 28-29.

     112.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Principles and theories of human learning. Paper presented at
               youth seminar organized by Lagos State Federation of Community Youth Council.
               Lagos, May 2.

     113.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Psychosocial concomitants of teenage pregnancy. Paper presented
               at Law Ladies Forum. Lagos, May 5.

     114.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). The illness – behaviour of chronic disease patients: Implications
               for sudden death. Paper presented at the NPA Clinical Psychology Division, South-
               West zone conference, Ibadan, May 7.

     115.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). The role of the family in retirement. Paper presented at a
               retirement workshop. Ogere, May 19-21.

     116.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Leisure activities, good health and longevity in retirement. Paper
               presented at a retirement workshop. Ogere, May 19-21.

     117.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Characteristics, causes and consequences of conflicts in work
               organizations. Paper presented at a management workshop. Lagos, June 10.

     118.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Skills for improving memory and concentration. Paper presented at
               a learning workshop. Lagos, June 11

     119.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Personality correlates of violence among campus cult groups.
               Paper presented at the 18 Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Psychological
               Association. Lagos, July 20-23.

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     120.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). An empirical evaluation of the phenomenon of spontaneous
               remission in psychotherapy. Paper presented at the First Regional Conference of the
               International Federation for Psychotherapy. Sokoto, August 25-29.

     121.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Psychosocial effects of noise induced hearing loss. Paper
               presented at the First International Workshop on Occupational Noise. Lagos, Sept. 6-
               8.

     122.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999).Psychology of fear. Paper presented at a Scientific seminar on
               “Fear the Mind Set of the Nigerian”. Aro, Abeokuta, Sept. 8.

     123.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Burnout Syndrome: The unacknowledged dimension of
               occupational stress. Paper presented at a book launch by Dr. Elias of LASU. Lagos,
               Sept. 28.

     124.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Behavioural issues of credit administration in Nigeria: The
               Imperatives. Paper presented at an ICCA Seminar. Lagos, October 27.

     125.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Analysis of human behaviour in relation to organizational change.
               Paper presented at a management workshop. Ota, Nov. 1-3.

     126.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Achieving higher productivity through attitudinal re-orientation.
               Paper presented at a management workshop. Lagos, November 25-26.

     127.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Psychological and social causes of campus cultism in Nigeria.
               Paper presented at a National Conference on Cultism organized by LASU. Lagos,
               Dec. 7-8.

     128.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Youth’s development as the arrowhead of national development.
               Paper presented at 1999 Odenigbo Forum. Lagos, Dec. 10.

     129.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). My life goals in the next millennium. Paper presented at the 1999
               Prize-giving day of King’s High School, Satellite Town. Lagos, Dec. 11.

     130.   Omoluabi, P. F. (1999). Optimising psychological health in the new millennium. Paper
               presented at the 1999 Health and Safety Week of Guinea Glass Plc. Agbara, December
               13-17.

     131.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Philosophy, objectives and required resources of an assessment
               centre. Paper presented at a training workshop for U.B.A. Lagos, March 6-9.

     132.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Polygraphy in personnel selection and placement. Paper presented
               at a training workshop for U.B.A. Lagos, March 6-9.

     133.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). A review of the monograph “Drug abusing trends and reproductive
               health behaviour of youth” A presentation at the annual conference of Nigerian
               Youths AIDS Programme (NYAP). Lagos, April 18.

     134.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). The role and power of sex in fostering relationships between
               husbands and wives. Paper presented at a health workshop. Lagos, April 20.

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     135.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Psychological principles for enhancing auditing. Paper presented
               at a workshop for Auditors/Accountants. Lagos, April 28.

     136.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). General overview of concept of psychotherapy/counselling. Paper
               presented at a workshop on psychotherapy & counselling. Lagos, June 21-23.

     137.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Basic principles of human development. Paper presented at a
               workshop on psychotherapy & counselling. Lagos, June 21-23.

     138.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Theories of psychotherapy/counselling. Paper presented at a
               workshop on psychotherapy & counselling. Lagos, June 21-23.

     139.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Prostitution in tertiary institutions. Paper presented at a seminar
               organized by the Ladies Development Association (LADA) for Unilag female hostels.
               Lagos, June 26-29.

     140.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Mental preparation as a tool for enhancing sport performance.
               Paper presented at a seminar organized by Nigerian Association of Sports Medicine.
               Lagos, July 13.

     141.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Sexuality: A tool for promoting optimal mental health. Paper
               presented at a seminar organized by the staff of Unilag Medical Centre. Lagos, July
               19.

     142.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Self-management social skills for achieving managerial success.
               Paper presented at a management workshop. Lagos, August 23.

     143.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Anatomy of cultism in tertiary institutions. Paper presented at a
               seminar organized by the Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, August 28.

     144.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). Managerial leadership and effectiveness. Paper presented at a
               managerial workshop for NTA Staff. Lagos, October 25-26.

     145.   Omoluabi P. F. (2000). National reputation and international perspectives of drug abuse
               and cultism. Paper presented at a national awareness seminar. Lagos, November 22-
               23.

     146.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Developing human resources through effective leadership and
               motivation. Paper presented at an international seminar organized by PENGASSEN.
               Cotonu, March 29-31.

     147.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Families in the new millennium: Perspectives for stability and
               harmony. A public lecture delivered to mark the international day of families
               organized by the Family Life Organization (FAMILO). Lagos, May 15.

     148.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Your relations, your friends and your money. Paper presented at a
               management workshop. Warri, July 23-24

     149.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Saving for the rainy day: A psychological analysis. Paper presented
               at a management workshop. Warri, July 23-24.

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     150.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Eradication of gender violence and girl child abuse. Paper
               presented at a workshop organized by Presidential Office of Women Affairs. Ibadan,
               July 26.

     151.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Enhancing motivation through stress and time management. Paper
               presented at a national workshop for National Union of Food Beverage and Tobacco
               Employees (NUFBTE). Kaduna, August 8 –9.

     152.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Pornography, wild films and youth vices. Paper presented at
               Success Academy for Youth (SAY 2001). Lagos, August 14-17.

     153.   Omoluabi P. F. (2001). Impact of changing performance values on production
               management. Paper presented at the annual conference of Nigerian Institute of
               Production Management. Lagos, November 28.

     154.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Child rearing practices and child development in Africa. Paper
               presented at the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria Revision Course in
               Psychiatry. Lagos, February 22.

     155.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Memory and Forgetting. Paper presented at the National
               Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria Revision Course in Psychiatry. Lagos,
               February 22.

     156.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). The ego in the building of a vibrant national psychoweb. Paper at
               the 25th Anniversary of the Department of Ppsychology, Obafemi Awolowo
               University. Ile-Ife. March 25.

     157.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Managing interpersonal relationships. Paper presented at a
               customer services workshop. Warri, May 28.

     158.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Child development: rearing and cultural practices. Paper
               presented at the West African College of Physicians update course. Lagos, June 25.

     159.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Management of behavioural barriers to performance. Paper
               presented at Labour relations workshop. Akure, June 26.

     160.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Frauds & Forgeries: Psychosocial analysis and management.
               Paper presented at an Internal Control Management Course. Ibadan, July 2.

     161.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). The psychological problems of the abused child. Paper presented
               at a symposium organized by Lagos State Chapter of Nigerian Medical Association
               (NMA) & WOTCLEF. Lagos, July 26.

     162.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Awareness and Skill development formats for managing and
               leading diversity. Paper presented at a corporate renewal programme for Delta Steel
               Company. Warri, August 27.

     163.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Psychological strategies for handling difficult students. Paper
               presented at a Staff Development and Training Programme of Atlantic Hall. Lagos,
               September 11.

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     164.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). pfomoluabi@y2k50.mv. Paper presented at Rediscolite Merit
               Award 2002. Lagos, September 14.

     165.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). The art of effective interviewing and interrogation in disciplinary
               matters. Paper presented at a training workshop organized by NECA. Lagos,
               November 8.

     166.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2002). Harnessing ego boundaries for national development. Paper
               presented at an Interdisciplinary Sensitization Seminar organized by Centre for
               African Regional Integration and Border Studies (CARIBS). Lagos, December 10-12.

     167.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). The psychology of mid-career crisis. Paper presented at a
               management workshop. Ota, March 13.

     168.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). Psychology in the business of negotiation. Paper presented at a
               continuing Professional Development Programme organized by CIBN. Lagos, April 9.

     169.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). Managing Interpersonal relationships in the church. Paper
               presented at the Ministerial Conference of the United Body of Christ International
               (UBCI). Lagos, August 11.

     170.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). Behavioural issues in joint medical practice. Paper presented at a
               workshop organized by Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of
               Nigeria (AGPMPN). Lagos, October 25.

     171.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). Psychological management of human diversity in the church.
               Paper presented at the Ministerial Conference of Christ Intercessory Evangelical
               Mission (CIEM). Ikorodu, November 11.

     172.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). Psychological analysis of fraud: causes, prevention and control.
               Paper presented at a workshop organized by Equatorial Trust Bank. Lagos, December
               5.

     173.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2003). Psychological factors in career choice and development. Paper
               presented at the 5th annual lecture series of D-lvy College. Lagos, December 11.

     174.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Psychological management of academic stress in the university.
               Paper presented at a counselling seminar organized by Muslim Students Society of
               Nigeria. Lagos, January 17.

     175.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Self-management as a tool for effective leadership among youths.
               Paper presented at the Investiture of the 34th President of the Rotract Club of Lagos
               (Unilag). Lagos, February 29.

     176.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Attitudinal factor in motivation, goal setting and productivity
               improvement. Paper presented at a management conference organized by Vitafoam.
               Whispering Palms, Badagry, March 26-27.

     177.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Perspectives and dimensions of integrity. Paper presented at a
               management workshop organized by NECA. Ikeja, Lagos, March 30-31.

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     178.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Psychological evaluation of integrity during recruitment. Paper
               presented at a management workshop organized by NECA. Ikeja, Lagos, March 30-
               31.

     179.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Psychology of effective teaching. Paper presented at a workshop
               organized by SMA College. Isolo, Lagos, April 26.

     180.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Psychological concomitants of children’s education. Paper
               presented at Children’s Education Forum. Port Harcourt, May 06.

     181.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Psychotherapeutic approaches to cultivating an ethico-moral
               identity for Nigerians. Paper presented at the 1st Annual Round Table Conference on
               Cultural Orientation (ARTCCO) by the National Institute for Cultural Orientation
               NICO Lagos, Sept 08.

     182.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Psychological effects of dyslexia. Paper presented at a workshop
               by the Nigeria Dyslexia Association. Lagos, November 03.

     183.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2004). Professionalizing counselling for total growth. Paper presented at
               a workshop by the Lagos Chapter of CASSON. Lagos, November 30.

     184.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Psychometry and instrument standardization. Paper presented at
               the Revision Course for Primary Examinations of the Faculty of Psychiatry National
               Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria. Lagos, February 16.

     185.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Review of the book “Institutional Governance: Behavioural &
              Ethical Issues” by R. Iwu-Egwonwu in honour of Senator I.N. Mantu. Abuja,
              February 23.

     186.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Characterization of the foibles, fortunes and future of forty. Paper
              presented at the 40th anniversary of Remo Divisional High School, Sagamu. February
              25.

     187.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Demystification of cultism in schools. Paper presented at the 2005
              Annual Lecture of the Education & Employment Committee of the Oworonshoki
              Christ Apostolic Church (CAC). Lagos, April 17.

     188.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Wellness: The adolescent in perspective. Paper presented at Nestle
              Foods Plc Children’s Forum. Lagos, June 16.

     189.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). The Psychological perspective in career growth: Managing
              challenges and coping strategies. Paper presented at a Management Workshop by
              NECA. Lagos, June 21.

     190.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). The family perspective in the total development of the Nigerian
              child. Paper, presented at the Unilag Staff School 2005 Speech & Prize Giving Day.
              July 28.

     191.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Adolescence: characteristics, problems, potentials and prospects.
              Paper presented at a seminar by the Yaba Psychiatric Hospital. Lagos, August 17.

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     192.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Human capital management and fleet operations success: cost
              and cure of psychological imbalance. Paper presented at a Fleet Managers’ Workshop.
              Ota, September 23.

     193.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Problems, potentials and prospects of life in late adulthood. Paper
              presented at a workshop by Mental Health Initiative (MHI). Lagos, October 10.

     194.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Disability and you: Creating synergy for tomorrow. Paper
              presented at a seminar by the Disability Society of Nigeria. Abuja, October 11.

     195.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Challenges of identity value reorientation in Nigeria. Paper
              presented at the Retreat by the Federal Ministry of Information and Nation
              Orientation. Enugu, October 13 & Calabar, November 21 (respectively).

     196.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). Psychological health of Nigeria youths and sustainable national
              development. Keynote address presented at the conference of the Eastern Chapter of
              the Nigerian Association of Clinical Psychologists (NACP). Awka, November 16.

     197.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2005). A critique of the paper “Sociopsychological strategies for
              instituting a culture of honesty and hard work” by E.A. Akinade at the 2nd ARTCCO
              by NICO. Lagos, December 6.

     198.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Psychological assessment of traumatized people. Paper presented
              at a workshop by Agency for African Families in Distress (AAFID). Abuja, January
              18.

     199.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Development of a psychological programme for traumatized
              people. Paper presented at a workshop by AAFID. Abuja, January 18.

     200.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Functional self-management strategies for achieving success in
              the classroom. Paper presented at a workshop by SMA College. Lagos, February 06.

     201.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Review of the book “Leading issues, on national, leadership,
              economy & development by I.N. Mantu. Abuja, February 16.

     202.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Cultism and consequences of involvement in cult-related
              activities. Paper presented at the 2005/2006 Unilag Orientation Programme for fresh
              students. Lagos, February 27.

     203.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Psychological Strategies for handling difficult Students in the Unit
              course system. Paper presented at an orientation programme for Course Advisers
              organized by Unilag Counselling Centre, Lagos, April 27

     204.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Truancy and Cultism: The role of mothers in the reorientation of
              the vices. Paper presented at the 2006 Mothers Summit. Abuja, May 14 – 16

     205.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Corporate image management for national development: The role
              of professional gatekeepers. Paper presented at the Heart of Africa Seminar organised
              by the Federal Ministry of Information & Orientation. Abuja, May 18


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     206.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Cultism & Hooliganism: Veritable instruments for academic
              disruption in schools. Paper presented at a Youth Forum organised by Lagos State
              Child Guidance & School Counselling Unit. Lagos, May 23

     207.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Value re-orientation for economic development. Paper presented
              at the Nigerian Economic Summit no 12. Abuja, June 7 - 9.

     208.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Education: A veritable tool for self-empowerment. Paper
              presented at the launching of Family Reorientation Education & Empowerment
              (FREE). Lagos, June 11.

     209.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Psychosocial well-being of humanitarian aid workers: A neglected
              factor in refugee studies. Paper presented at the International Summer School in
              Forced Migration 2006, Oxford University, U. K. July 14.

     210.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Effective research proposal writing in Management Sciences.
              Paper presented at Redeemer’s University Staff research workshop. Redemption city,
              October 28.

     211.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Basic Psychotherapy for counsellors. Paper presented at a
              workshop organised by the National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in Persons
              and other related Matters (NAPTIP). Otta, December 7.

     212.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2006). Trauma counselling of victims of human trafficking. Paper
              presented at a workshop organised by the National Agency for the Prohibition of
              Traffic in Persons and other related Matters (NAPTIP). Otta, December 7.

     213.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Identification of trauma in victims of human trafficking. Paper
              presented at a training workshop organised by NAPTIP/American Bar Association for
              Africa (ABA-Afri). Lagos, March 12 & 13.

     214.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Clinical interview techniques in counselling. Paper presented at a
              training workshop organised by NAPTIP/ABA-Afri. Lagos, March 12 & 13.

     215.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Rapport establishment in counselling. Paper presented at a
              training workshop organised by NAPTIP/ABA-Afri. Lagos, March 12 & 13.

     216.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Self-efficacy techniques for counsellors. Paper presented at a
              training workshop organised by NAPTIP/ABA-Afri. Lagos, March 12 & 13.

     217.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Enhancing the communication skills of counsellors. Paper
              presented at a training workshop organised by NAPTIP/ABA-Afri. Lagos, March 12
              & 13.

     218.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Perfecting the practice of in loco parentis in RUN. Paper
              presented at the quarterly seminars of Redeemer’s University (RUN). Redemption
              Coty, April 27.

     219.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Child rights act and children with behavioural challenges. Paper
              presented at a workshop organised by the Human Development Initiatives (HDI).
              Lagos, May10.

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     220.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Evaluating Perceptual factors in road accidents. Paper presented
              at a training workshop for drivers. Lagos, June 2 & 3.

     221.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Managing emotional factors in safe driving. Paper presented at a
              training workshop for drivers. Lagos, June 2 & 3.

     222.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Psychophysical factors in safe driving. Paper presented at a
              training workshop for drivers. Lagos, June 2 & 3.

     223.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Psychological strategies for promoting mental, physical and
              spiritual health among the clergy. Paper presented during RCCG Pastors’ Convention.
              Redemption City, August 11.

     224.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Acquiring enhanced self-knowledge skills. Paper presented at a
              workshop organised by TRITHEL. Lagos, September 10.

     225.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Understanding the unit course system. Paper presented at the
              2007/2008 orientation programme for fresh students of Redeemer’s University.
              Redemption City, September 13.

     226.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Matching your teaching to your students’ learning styles. Paper
              presented at a workshop organised by AUTISM ASSOCIATES. Lagos, October 13.

     227.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Post crisis security assessment and management. Paper presented
              at a security workshop. Lagos, November 21.

     228.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Security training, support and feedback in customer service
              operations. Paper presented at a security workshop. Lagos, November 22.

     229.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Evaluation of appraisal methods in strategic management. Paper
              presented at a management workshop. Lagos, November 22.

     230.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). The essence of 360 degree feedback in management. Paper
              presented at a management workshop. Lagos, November 22.

     231.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2007). Reorientation of staff for higher productivity in the public sector.
              Paper presented at the 2007 LUTHDAY programmes. Lagos, December 05.

     232.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008). Identification and management of distressful midlife existential
              crisis. Paper presented at Arch Olojede’s golden jubilee birthday. Lagos, May 30

     233.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008). Psychotherapeutic alleviation of sexual abuse-related induced
              training. Paper presented at the 5th African conference on psychotherapy, University
              of Limpopo, Polokwane South Africa, June 18-20

     234.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008). Psychological re-engineering of the mindset of Nigerians for
              national development. Paper presented at the Nigerian Economic Summit No. 14,
              Abuja, October 21-24




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     235.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008). Dynamics of psychology in the workplace. Paper presented at the
              40th annual conference of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM).
              Abuja, October 29-31

     236.   Omoluabi, P. F. (2008). An appraisal of human resource development in the oil and gas
              industry in Nigeria: The training perspective. Paper presented at the Nigerian Content
              Development (NCD) Organized by the Centre for Petroleum Studies, Kaduna (CPSK).
              Abuja, November 6-7



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