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|Title:||An investigation into the effect of locus of control on the adjustment of foreign students at University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria|
|Authors:||Emeke, E. A.|
Yoloye, T. W.
University of Ibadan
|Publisher:||African Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology and Sport Facilitation|
|Abstract:||The study used 160 foreign students doing their first degree at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Using stratified random sampling, the sample consists of 20 males, 20 females Internally Controlled (I-C) and 20 males, 20 females, Externally Controlled (E-C) Africans and another 20 males, 20 females Internally Controlled (IC), 20 males, 20 females Externally Controlled (E-C) Non- Africans. The analysis of the students' score on an Adjustment Inventory shows that the Internally- Controlled (I-C), male African students were better adjusted than their Externally Controlled (E-C), female Non- African counterparts. The implications of these findings were discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Academic Publications in Institute of Education|
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