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Fasogbon, B, Taiwo K, Oyedele D.  2017.  Nutritional Assessment and Consumer Acceptability of Snacks (Chinchin and Cookies) Enriched with Underutilized Indigenous Vegetables, 2017/03/20. International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences. 6:97-107. Abstract
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Fasogbon, BM, Gbadamosi SO, Taiwo KA.  2013.  Studies on the osmotic dehydration and rehydration characteristics of pineapple slices. Journal of Food Process Technology. 4(220):1-8. Abstract
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Fasogbon, BM, Gbadamosi SO, Taiwo KA.  2013.  Studies on the osmotic dehydration and rehydration characteristics of pineapple slices. Journal of Food Process Technology. 4(220):1-8. Abstract
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Fasokun, TO, Boucouvalas M, Aderinoye R.  2008.  “The role of education in poverty eradication”. Education for millennium development: Essays in honour of Professor Michael Omolewa Spectrum Books Limited, Ibadan Ch 29,. Vol. 1:459-475.
Fasokun, TO.  2006.  “The United Nations Millennium Development Goals in Perspective”.. Adult Education in Nigeria. . Vol. 13:21-43.
Fasokun, TO, Katahoire A, Oduaran A.  2005.  The Psychology of Adult Learning in Africa.. , Germany.: Pearson Education Publishers, South Africa and the UNESCO Institute for Education, Hamburg,
Fasokun, TO, Igbo RO.  2009.  “Status of Adult Education Practice in Nigeria”. Contemporary Adult Education: An Inclusive Approach CIDJAP Printing Press, Enugu. Ch 1, . :1-36.
Fasokun, TO.  2007.  “Creating and Expanding Inclusive Learning Among Adults”.. Adult Education in Nigeria. . Vol. 14:1-11.
Fasokun, TO, Katahoire A, Oduaran A.  2005.  “Learning styles” . The Psychology of Adult Learning in Africa. Pearson Education Publishers, South Africa and the UNESCO Institute for Education, Hamburg, Germany.. :96-115.
Fasokun, TO, Katahoire A, Oduaran A.  2005.  “Characteristics of adult learners in Africa” . The Psychology of Adult Learning in Africa. Pearson Education Publishers, South Africa and the UNESCO Institute for Education, Hamburg, Germany. :14-31.
Fasokun, TO, Talla NS, Mohammed MH, Apara SAE, Ogungbe EO.  2010.  “Education as a Potent Factor for Achieving Sustainable Development in Nigeria:. Education for Sustainable Development in Nigeria Smartprint Production, Jos .
Fasokun, TO, Pwol C.  2008.  “Nigeria: The current situation within the framework of international benchmarks”. Journal of Adult Education and Development, Bonn, Germany.. (71):131-139.
Fasokun, TO, Oduaran AB, Bhola HS.  2006.  “HIV/AIDS as Depleting Factor in Widening Access to Education”. Widening Access to Education as Social Justice: Essays in Honor of Michael Omolewa, Netherlands: Springer Publisher..
Fasoyiro, SB, Taiwo KA.  2012.  Strategies for increasing food production and food security in Nigeria. Journal of agricultural & food information. 13(4):338-355.: Taylor & Francis Abstract
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Fasuan, T, Akanbi C.  2018.  Oxidation of Amaranthus viridis starch: Amylose content evaluation: FASUAN and AKANBI, 10. Journal of Food Processing and Preservation. 42:e13813. Abstract
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Fatoye, FO, Komolafe MA, Eegunranti BA, Adewuya AO, Mosaku SK, Fatoye GK.  2007.  Cognitive impairment and quality of life among stroke survivors in Nigeria, 2007. Psychological Reports. 100(3 I) Abstract

The study investigated cognitive impairment and quality of life (QOL) among 109 consecutive stroke survivors and 109 normal controls. Each group comprised 64 (58.7%) men and 45 (41.3%) women. The modified Mini Mental State Examination (mMMSE) and the WHO Quality of Life Questionnaire (WHOQOL-Bréf) indicated that 19 (17.4%) stroke survivors had cognitive deficits (mMMSE score <16) compared with 5 (4.6%) control participants (Χ12=4.27, p<.05). Control participants performed significantly better on orientation, language comprehension, laterality, and the WHOQOL-Bréf. Being GHQ-30 positive predicted poor performance on the mMMSE among the stroke survivors and reduced QOL on three of the four domains of the WHOQOL-Bréf. In addition, previous psychiatric illness, paresis, low education, and shorter time elapsed after a stroke predicted reduced QOL on one or more domains of the WHOQOL-Bréf but age and sex of the stroke survivors were not associated with quality of life, and not with cognitive function. © Psychological Reports 2007.

Fatoye, FO, Mosaku SK, Komolafe MA, Eegunranti BA, Adebayo RA, Komolafe EO, Fatoye GK.  2009.  Depressive symptoms and associated factors following cerebrovascular accident among Nigerians, 2009. Journal of Mental Health. 18(3) Abstract

Background: Much has been written on post stroke depression in the last 10 years in developed countries. However little is known about this important condition in this environment, thus the need for this study. Aims: This study intends to estimate the prevalence of post stroke depression PSD and identify other associated factors. Methods: One hundred and eighteen stroke survivors, managed at a Nigerian Teaching Hospital mean post stroke survival duration 11 months were compared with 118 hypertensive controls using Beck Depression Inventory BDI and the modified Mini Mental State Examination mMMSE. Sociodemographic variables were controlled for. Results: Sixteen 13.6 control subjects compared with 47 representing 38.8 had significant depressive symptoms. Cognitive deficit, paresis and low education were identified as predictors of depressive symptoms PSD among survivors. Conclusion: Physicians need to be alert to this condition, especially since it can be treated and this will improve the quality of life among this group of patients. © Shadowfax Publishing and Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.

Fatoye, FO, Komolafe MA, Adewuya AO, Fatoye GK.  2006.  Emotional distress and self-reported quality of life among primary caregivers of stroke survivors in Nigeria, 2006. East African Medical Journal. 83(5) Abstract

Objectives: To investigate emotional symptoms and domain quality of life (QOL) among primary caregivers of stroke survivors and to determine survivor-related and caregiver-related predictors of these variables. Design: A cross-sectional study. Setting: Medical units of the two major hospitals of the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, ile-Ife, Nigeria. Subjects: One hundred and three matched-pairs of caregivers of stroke survivors and caregivers of mild hypertensive patients, and 103 stroke survivors. Results: Twenty three (22.3%) and 25(24.3%) stroke caregivers were observed with clinically significant anxiety and depressive symptoms respectively compared with 12(11.7%) and 14(13.6%) subjects in the control group. Stroke caregivers were observed with significantly higher mean anxiety and depressions scores, and also, with significantly lower mean scores on the four QOL domains (physical health, psychological health, social relationships and environment). By multiple linear regression analysis, anxiety symptoms in stroke caregivers were predicted by high socio-economic status of survivors and paresis in them. Depressive symptoms were predicted by high caregivers' age and depression in the patients. Higher QOL on one or more WHOQOL-Bref domains was predicted by intimate relationship with survivor, female gender of caregiver, longer duration of caring, higher education of survivor and higher age of survivor. Low QOL on one or more domain(s) was predicted by higher caregivers' age, carers' perception of survivor as cooperative, female gender of survivor, depression in survivor, paresis and cognitive impairment in survivor. Conclusion: Caregiving imposes high burden on stroke carers. Attention should be paid to their psychological needs and services should be designed for them to ameliorate the burden.

Fatoye, FO, Eegunranti BA, Fatoye GK, Amoo G, Akinsulore A, Ibigbami OI.  2010.  Sociodemographic and offence-related characteristics of homicide offenders in a Nigerian prison. Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 8, Number 1: Association of Psychiatrists in Nigeria Abstract
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Fatoye, FO, Eegunranti BA, Fatoye GK, Amoo G, Akinsulore A, Ibigbami OI.  2010.  Sociodemographic and Offence-related characteristics of Homicide Offenders in a Nigerian prison. Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 8(1): Association of Psychiatrists in Nigeria Abstract

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Fatoye, FO, Eegunranti BA, Fatoye GK, Amoo G, Omoaregba JO, Ibigbami OI.  2010.  Sociodemographic and Offence-related characteristics of Homicide Offenders in a Nigerian prison. Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 8, Number 1 Abstract
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