|Middle Name (initial)||U|
|Department||Psychology and CSS|
|Faculty||Management and Social Science|
Emmanuella Anozie (Ukaegbu) is a lecturer in Psychology in the department of Psychology/CSS, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences. She has a background in School Psychology and Sociology. She is currently teaching Guidance and Counselling, Developmental Psychology, and Current Issues in Psychology. She has published in her research area of School Psychology and Counselling. She is a member of the Nigerian Psychological Association.
|S/N||Institutions attended||degree(s) awarded||year|
|1||University of nigeria, nsukka||M.SC. SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY||2012|
|2||University of nigeria, nsukka||bachelor of science (Psychology/sociology)||2010|
EZIAMA OBAIRE. IMO STate
|1||school/ EDUCATIONAL ISSUES IN CHILDREN|
|2||GUINDANCE AND counselling|
Selected publications (MAXIMUM OF 10, WITH LINKS WHERE AVAILABLE)
|1||UkaegbuEmmanuella U, (2010). Effect of use of library and gender on academic performance of secondary school students.(unpublished B.Sc Final year Research Project).|
|2||Ukaegbu Emmanuella U, and Anozie Okechukwu (2017). Parent-Child and Teacher-Pupil relationship as predictors of academic motivation and achievement among primary school pupils. Journal of Psychology & Sociological studies 2017, vol.1.No 1, 63-78.
|3||Ugwu Fabian, AfamIcha-Ituma and Anozie Emmanuella (2014) Work Rumination, Emotional Intelligence, workaholic Behaviours and Work- to- Family Conflict in Nigeria. FUNAI Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2014,Vol. 1, No. 1, 28-44.