Knowledge and Misconception of Sickle Cell Disorder among Cross-Section of Nigerian Undergraduates
This was a cross sectional study designed to investigate how much misconception and knowledge about sickle cell disorder (SCD) among University Undergraduates. 138 female and 79 male (36 %) Undergraduate participants drawn from a private Christian University completed a questionnaire on knowledge and misconception of SCD developed by the authors. Participants ranged between 15 and 23...
Published at International Journal of social Science Studies.
Volume Accepted Manuscript
Published in 2015
Agoha, B.C.E, Igbokwe, D.O ., Okiti, O., Idoko, J.O., & Elegbeleye, A.
Agoha Ben » Ben Agoha had his training in Psychology at Nigeria's premier University, the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where he obtained a B.SC (Hons) in Psychology. He went on to apecialise in Clinical Psychology. Since then he's had addittional training in Anatomy and Physiology, psychophysiology, and biofeedback. He has vicarious experience in the practise of Clinical Psychology that spawns a... view full profile
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