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  • Behaviour Therapy in the Management of Clinical Depression in Nigeria 

    Oladimeji, B. Y. (International Federation for Psychotherapy Nigeria., 1995)
    Depression is a universal experience and is said to be the common cold of psychopathology in Europe and America. For a long time, though, depressive illness was thought to be rare or even non-existent in sub-Saharan ...
  • Health and Illness Behaviours 

    Ngare, Duncan; Obondo, Anne; Neema, Stella; Oladimeji, Benedicta Yetunde; Ndetei, David M.; Chikovore, Jeremiah (2006)
    As health professionals it is important to understand the relationship between human behaviour and health. Human behaviour, which is the sum of the activities that individuals engage in can be broadly classified into ...
  • A Behaviour Therapy Approach to Grief and Bereavement Management 

    Oladimeji, B. Y.; Ayeni, E. A. (Stirling-Horden Publishers, 2002)
    Grief and bereavement are characteristic human responses to loss. The mourner grieves because he can no longer deny the reality of death. Mourning refers to the conventional behaviour as determined by the mores and customs ...
  • Applications of Behaviour Therapy in Nigeria 

    Oladimeji, B. Y. (1989)
    In most communities in Africa, seeking professional assistance for psychological problems is a relatively new development. In the past, individuals with emotional or psychological difficulties were either convicted as ...