Articles by Author: Pius Bamidele Mogaji

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  1. Design and fabrication of an improved maize shelling machine

    Design and fabrication of an improved maize shelling machine

    The objective of this work is to design and develop an improved maize shelling machine in terms of better time management, affordable cost, portability and mechanical efficiency. The method used involved selecting appropriate materials, and utilisation of theories of failure...
  2. Investigation of the properties and production of sawdust ceiling tile using polystyrene as a binder

    Investigation of the properties and production of sawdust ceiling tile using polystyrene as a binder

    In this research, a production and properties investigation of wood sawdust ceiling tile using polystyrene as a binder was carried out. The content by weight of the wood sawdust was 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30% consisting of three...
  3. Temperament Styles of Nigerian and U.S. Children

    Temperament Styles of Nigerian and U.S. Children

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    Temperament styles of 400 Nigerian children are described in reference to possible gender and age differences and compared with those of 3200 U.S. children in light of Jung's theory of temperament as modified by Myers and Briggs, one that highlights...
  4. Community Psychology in Africa: Views From Across the Continent

    Community Psychology in Africa: Views From Across the Continent

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article presents the findings of a descriptive survey conducted for the purposes of exploring whether and how community psychology has developed in the African region. In particular, the focus was on identifying whether and how community psychology has developed...
  5. The impact of the declining extended family support system on the education of orphans in Lesotho

    The impact of the declining extended family support system on the education of orphans in Lesotho

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    This paper examines the impact of the weakening of the extended family on the education of double orphans in Lesotho through in-depth interviews with participants from 3 of the 10 districts in Lesotho. The findings reveal that in Lesotho the...
  6. Harvesting, processing and utilisation of rattan canes in Western Nigeria

    Harvesting, processing and utilisation of rattan canes in Western Nigeria

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: The Southern African Forestry Journal
    Field trips were undertaken as a preliminary exercise, to identify the available rattan species in Western Nigeria and to estimate the quantities available. Information relating to their end-uses was collected from cane furniture makers and other rattan cane users through...
  7. Patient satisfaction with the quality of care in a primary health care setting in Botswana

    Patient satisfaction with the quality of care in a primary health care setting in Botswana

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Background: Primary health care involves a sustained partnership between patients and providers that addresses the majority of a population's health needs over time. Patients' perception of satisfaction is an aspect of healthcare quality that is being increasingly recognised for its...
  8. Innovation and agricultural exports: the case of sub-Saharan Africa

    Innovation and agricultural exports: the case of sub-Saharan Africa

    The multifaceted nature of agricultural innovation makes it evident that technological, industrial, human and economic factors define and redefine agricultural innovation within new cultural and technological contexts. Juxtaposing the African condition to the earlier understanding of the cross-cultural dimensions of...
  9. Bioaccumulation and distribution of organochlorine residues across the food web in Lagos Lagoon, Nigeria

    Bioaccumulation and distribution of organochlorine residues across the food web in Lagos Lagoon, Nigeria

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Aquatic Science
    Eighteen organochlorine pesticide (OCP) residues were measured in the water, sediment, plankton, benthic invertebrates and fish in various sections of the Lagos Lagoon in 2014 to investigate their bioaccumulation and distribution in the food web. The analysis was done using...
  10. Climate change and intellectual property rights in Africa: Environmental necessity-economic opportunity

    Climate change and intellectual property rights in Africa: Environmental necessity-economic opportunity

    Promoting the development of clean technologies is critical in achieving a low-carbon economy in Africa. The objective of this paper is to shed more light on the role of IPRs in the efforts to mitigate climate change in Africa. This...