OJO Yetunde Abiola

OJO Yetunde Abiola, PhD

Lecturer I

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.


Ojo, Yetunde Abiola is a teaching staff in the Department of Sociology, Bowen University, Iwo. She is a focused, resourceful and dynamic young academic with a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Developmental Psychology from University of Ibadan in 2015. Her academic sojourn commenced as a tutorial assistant in University of Ibadan.

She demonstrates high academic resilience and persistence which has always motivated sustainable academic scholarship. It is this academic versatility that endears and attracts her colleagues to collaborate in academic ventures with her as one personality who champions the course of programmes that benefit from multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural background.

Her research interest is the adolescent risk-taking behaviour, child and adolescent mental health and developmental psychopathology. She has some publications in peer-reviewed journals with outlets at local and international fora to her credit both as single and collaborative author. She is a research literate in the behavioural social science model and this has made her instrumental in developing and nurturing sustainable culture of vigorous research and academic behaviour in Nigerian students.

As member of four professional bodies, she has to her advantage professional and behavioural competencies in psychotherapeutic approaches and skills appropriate for age-stage developmental issues.

She is happily married and blessed with children.


  • Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, University of Ibadan, 2015
  • M.Ed. Counselling and Educational Psychology, University of Ibadan, 2011
  • B.Ed.(Hons), Educational Guidance & Counselling, University of Ilorin, 2007


  • Animasahun, R. A., and Ojo, Y.A (2012). Psychosocial Predictors of Creativity Potential among Undergraduates in South-Western Nigeria. Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science, 2(2), 103-126.
  • Ojo, Y.A (2016). Psychological and Social Variables Predisposing Adolescents in Nigerian Universities to Facebook Addiction. The Counsellor Vol. 35 No.1 & 2: 210-225.
  • Ojo, Y.A (2016). The Moderator Effect of Income and Social status, Social connectedness and Physical activity on Healthy Ageing Amongst Older Adults in Ibadan metropolis, Nigeria.African Journal for the Psychological Studies of Social IssuesVol.19 No. 2: 135-149.
  • Ojo, Y.A (2016). Academic Stress of Students –in-Transition in Nigerian Universities: Any Relationship with Emotional Intelligence, Self-Esteem and Study Habit? African Journal of Higher Education Studies and Development Vol. 5:124-138
  • Ojo, Y.A, Falaye, A.O and Adetola, A.O (2016). Psychotherapeutic Outcome of Motivational Enhancement Therapy on Internet Addiction of Some Nigerian Youths. Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Counselling Psychology Vol.23 229-252 (Contribution: 50%)
  • Ofole, N.M and Ojo, Y.A(2016).The Influence of Self-efficacy, Locus of Control and Single-Parenting on the Psychological Well-being of Adolescents in Senior Secondary School in Ibadan North Local Government Area, Oyo state . African Journal of Educational Research Vol.20 (Contribution: 50%)
  • Ojo, Y.A (2016). Nutrition and Cognition in School-aged Children: A Brief Review. International Journal of Educational Benchmark Vol.4 No.1: 123-138
  • Ojo, Y.A (2017). Effectiveness of Cognitive Analytic and Mindfulness- Based Rational Emotive Behaviour Psychotherapies in Enhancing Social and Emotional Competence of Nigerian Youths for National Development. Journal of Sustainable Education Vol.8, No.1: 179- 194
  • Ojo, Y.A and Ogunmilugba, B.J (2017). Effects of Teachers’ Teaching Experience and Class size on Achievement of Social Studies Students in Oyo, Oyo state. International Journal of Educational Benchmark Vol.8 No.1: 1-14 (Contribution: 60%)
  • Ojo, Y.A and Ogunmilugba, B.J (2017). An Investigation of the Relationship between Counselling Services and Adjustment of School aged Children–in-Transition in Junior Secondary Schools in Ogun State, Nigeria. The International Journal of Indian Psychology Vol.5, No.1: 35-45 (Contribution: 60%)
  • Ogunmilugba, B.J and Ojo, Y.A (2018). School Counsellors for Today’s Children: Progress and Challenges of the Practice in Nigeria. International Journal for Social Studies Vol.4 No.1: 41-51 (Contribution: 50%)
  • Ogunwole, E.A and Ojo, Y.A (2020). Relationship among gender, self-esteem and assertiveness of freshmen in Bowen University Iwo, Osun State. Journal of counselling and Behavioural studies Vol.12 No.1:34- 39 (Contribution: 50%)


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