AUTHORS' INFORMATION (IFE PSYCHOLOGIA)
GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS
Articles on all aspects of human behaviour and experiences are welcome for consideration. Authors are encouraged to be as succinct as possible, and should retain a copy of their own article. Manuscripts (in duplicate and double-spaced) should be written in English and be sent to A.A. Olowu, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief, IFE PSYCHOLOGIA, P.O. Box 1548, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. The Ife Center for Psychological studies (I.C.P.S.) publisher of the Journal, IFE PSYCHOLOGIA, is a non-profit organization. It shares part of the cost of publication of an author’s own paper in the journal with the author(s) concerned. Publication costs include detailed sub-editing, typesetting, initial proofing, mailing, printing, collating and binding. A complimentary copy of the issue of Journal in which author’s article appears will be forwarded postage-free to the Author(s) immediately upon publication. Review of manuscripts will be done very quickly and the decision will be communicated to the author promptly. Notes should be avoided, but where necessary, should be listed at the end of the paper before the reference. Works cited should be referenced following the format below:
Olowu, A. (1983): A cross-cultural study of adolescent self-concept, Journal of Adolescence, Vol.6, No.3. pg. 263-274
Yusuf, K. (1989): English Imposed sexism in Yoruba Language. The Case of ‘Baby’ and ‘Aya’ Women and Language, XH, 2:27-30.
Wober, M. (1975): Psychology in Africa. International African Institute, London.
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