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The incidence of cheating in examinations (popularly referred to as “examination malpractices”) has threatened the very essence of schooling and education in all countries of the world.
Reports abound in academic literature of the menace caused by this educational malaise in developed and developing countries.
Various governments, school authorities and examination bodies have devised punitive measures to tackle it but to no avail.
Therefore, this book provides a new approach for curbing examination malpractices.
This new strategy is a proactive framework consisting of study habits and examination anxiety as correlates of students attitude towards examination malpractices while gender and personality type were considered as moderator variables.
The profile of a student who is likely to engage in examination malpractices could be inferred from measures of their study habits, examination anxiety, personality type and attitude towards cheating in examinations and then preventive counseling could be provided to reform them.
College authorities, Counselors, Psychologists, Examination Bodies, and all Stakeholders in education will find this book very useful in curbing exam malpractice
Ossai holds a PhD in Counselling Psychology of the Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria in addition to M.Ed and B.Ed of the University of Benin, Benin City.
He is a Principal Lecturer/Associate Professor in Educational Psychology at Delta State College of Physical Education, Mosogar, Nigeria where he served as Acting Provost in 2010
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