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Dr. Blessing Agbo Ntamu

Lecturer II
Educational Foundation
bntamu@unical.edu.ng

Ntamu, Blessing Agbo(PhD), has a PhD in Educational Psychology from Nasarawa State University, a M. Ed in Counselling Psychology from the University of Lagos and a B. Sc. in Education Biology from the University of Calabar. She graduated top of the class in all three institutions. Blessing is very passionate about languages and has a Diploma (DELF A2) in French Language. She is the author of the Book, ‘The Younique Teenager’ and has several academic publications to her credit.

Ntamu, B. A. (2017) Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, fear of failure and examination malpractice behavior among secondary school students in Calabar municipality. Journal of Education and Practice, 8 (20), 129 – 138


Ntamu, B. A. and Bisong, N. N. (2017) Awareness and Diagnosis of Dyslexia among Primary School Teachers in Calabar Municipality area of Cross River State. The Nigerian Educational Psychologists, 15(1), 35 – 43

Ntamu, B. A. and Amalu, M. M. (2017). Stress and academic performance among in-School adolescents in Lagos State. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 9(1), 32 -39

Amalu, M. M. and Ntamu, B. A. (2017) Emotional Intelligence as a predictor of internet addiction among undergraduate students in University of Calabar. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 9(1), 155 -168

Ntamu, B. A. and Amalu, M. M. (2017) Gender, environment and the level of perceived stress among secondary school students in Lagos state. Calabar Counsellor, 6(1), 64 – 75

Ntamu, B. A. and Bisong, N. N. (2017) The effect of Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) on poor study habits among secondary school students in Calabar Municipality. LWATI, 13(2), 1 – 16

Ntamu, B. A. (2017) Effects of Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) in curbing examination malpractice behaviour among public secondary school students in Calabar municipality. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 10(4), 440-450

Ntamu, B. A. (2017). Examination Malpractice in Nigerian Educational System and its Psychosocial Implications in the 21st Century. In Joshua, M. T., Asuquo, P. N. and Peters, J. S. (Eds.) Education for Careers in the 21st Century (201-214). Calabar: University of Calabar Press.

Bisong, N. N. and Ntamu, B. A. (2017). Teacher’s Strategies in Managing Classroom Misbehaviours among the Basic 9 Learners of the 934 Education System in Nigeria. In Joshua, M. T., Asuquo, P. N. and Peters, J. S. (Eds.) Education for Careers in the 21st Century (201-214). Calabar: University of Calabar Press.
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