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Makinde, ON, Elusiyan JG, Adeyemi AB, Taiwo OT.  2012.  Female Genital Mutilation, Are We Winning? East African Medical Journal. 89(6):88-93.
Makinde, ON, Aremo BT, Akinkumi EO, Balogun FA, Osinkolu GO, Siyanbola WO.  2008.  Re-usable low density polyethylene arm glove for puerperal intrauterine exploration.. 2008. 85(7):355-361.
Makinde, ON, Aremo BT, Aremo B, Akinkunmi EO, Balogun FA, Osinkolu GA, Siyanbola WO.  2008.  Re-usable low density polyethylene arm glove for puerperal intrauterine exploration. East African Medical Journal. 85(7):355-361.
Makinde, O, Ogunniyi S, Makinde O.  2009.  Clinical experience with co-amoxyclav (amoxycillin with clavulanic acid, Augmentin) in the treatment of septic abortion. A prospective study, 07. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 12:262-265. Abstract
Makinde, ON, Ade-Ojo IP.  2009.  Uterine Fibroid: A review. . Nigerian Journal of Health Sciences. 9(1):23-27.
Mapayi, B, Oladimeji Y, Akinsulore A, Aloba O, Ibigbami O.  2015.  Personality profiles and psychopathology among students exposed to dating violence at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Journal of interpersonal violence. 30(1):168-190.: Sage Publications Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA Abstract


Mapayi, BM, Oginni OO, Akinsulore A, Aloba OO.  2016.  Homophobia and perceptions about homosexuality among students of a tertiary institution in Nigeria. Gender and Behaviour. 14:7624–7637., Number 3: IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS) Abstract
Mapayi, BM, Aloba O, Akinsulore A, Adewuya A.  2012.  Personality traits and psychopathology among victims and perpetuators of dating violence in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence. 5:S305., Number 60 Abstract
Mapayi, BM, Oginni OO, Akinsulore A, Aloba OO.  2016.  Homophobia and perceptions about homosexuality among students of a tertiary institution in Nigeria. Gender and Behaviour. 14(3):7624-7637.: IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS) Abstract
Mapayi, BM, Seun-Fadipe C, Akinsulore A, Aloba OO, Oginni OO, Ugalahi TO.  2019.  Relationship between personality traits and reproductive choices among women attending the psychiatric clinic of a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology. 8:893., Number 3 Abstract
Mapayi, BM, Akinsulore A, Aloba O, Oginni K, Seun-Fadipe CT, Ugalahi T, Fatusi AA, Oladimeji Y.  2018.  Contraceptive Behavior of Women Attending the Psychiatric Clinic of a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital. PAA 2018 Annual Meeting. : PAA Abstract
Mapayi, B, Oladimeji BY, Akinsulore A, Olutayo A, Ibigbami O.  2014.  Personality Profiles and Psychopathology Among Students Exposed to Dating Violence at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 2014/05/20. 30 Abstract

Dating violence is a complex phenomenon, and researchers continue to examine a wide range of precursors and contributing factors. Evidence indicates that violent intimate partners may be more likely to have personality disorders and dependency and attachment problems compared with non-violent ones. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the interaction between the personality profiles, pattern of psychopathology, and dating violence among university students in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. The study utilized a cross-sectional survey design with a total of 400 students selected using a multistage sampling technique. They completed the Sociodemographic Data Schedule, the Conflict Tactic Scale (CTS), Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (EPQ), and the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ). Univariate analysis was used to determine the prevalence of dating violence, psychopathology, and personality traits, and these were expressed in percentages. Association at bivariate level was assessed using chi-square and at multivariate level using logistic regression and correlations as was appropriate depending on the type of variable. The age of the respondents ranged between 18 and 35 years (M = 21.44, SD = 2.99). The prevalence of dating violence in the previous 12 months was 34%, and the prevalence of psychopathology was 15%. In the logistic regression model constructed, it was found that the significant predictors of dating violence were the psychoticism and neuroticism personality traits, which were also found to be positive correlates of psychopathology. The magnitude of dating violence found in this study is comparable with those found in other countries of the world. This study found an association between dating violence and personality in the study population and also between certain personality traits and psychopathology. The personality profiles of students could affect their interpersonal relationships greatly, and this fact must feature in dating violence prevention programs.

Mapayi, B, Makanjuola ROA, Mosaku SK, Adewuya OA, Afolabi O, Aloba OO, Akinsulore A.  2013.  Impact of intimate partner violence on anxiety and depression amongst women in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Archives of women's mental health. 16:11–18., Number 1: Springer Vienna Abstract
Maphiri, V, Rutavi G, Sylla N, Adewinbi S, Fasakin O, Man-Yala N.  2021.  Novel Thermally Reduced Graphene Oxide Microsupercapacitor Fabricated via Mask-Free AxiDraw Direct Writing, 2021/07/27. 11:1909. Abstract

We demonstrate a simple method to fabricate all solid state, thermally reduced Graphene Oxide (TRGO) microsupercapacitors (µ-SCs) prepared using the atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition (APCVD) and a mask-free axiDraw sketching apparatus. The Fourier transform in-frared spectroscopy (FTIR) shows the extermination of oxygen functional groups as the reducing temperature (RT) increases, while the Raman shows the presence of the defect and graphitic peaks. The electrochemical performance of the µ-SCs showed cyclic voltammetry (CV) potential window of 0-0.8 V at various scan rates of 5-1000 mVs −1 with a rectangular shape, depicting characteristics of electric double layer capacitor (EDLC) behavior. The µ-SC with 14 cm −2 (number of digits per unit area) showed a 46% increment in capacitance from that of 6 cm −2 , which is also higher than the µ-SCs with 22 and 26 cm −2. The TRGO-500 exhibits volumetric energy and power density of 14.61 mW h cm −3 and 142.67 mW cm −3 , respectively. The electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) showed the decrease in the equivalent series resistance (ESR) as a function of RT due to reduction of the resistive functional groups present in the sample. Bode plot showed a phase angel of −85° for the TRGO-500 µ-SC device. The electrochemical performance of the µ-SC devices can be tuned by varying the RT, number of digits per unity area, and connection configuration (parallel or series).

Mary Nyasimi, Ayansina Ayanlade, Catherine Mungai, Mercy Derkyi, Jegede MO.  2018.  Inclusion of Gender in Africa’s Climate Change Policies and Strategies. Handbook of Climate Change Communication. : Springer
Masia, T, Kajimo-Shakantu K, Opawole A.  2020.  A case study on the implementation of green building construction in Gauteng province, South Africa, 02. Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal. ahead-of-print Abstract
Mayanja, S, Sonaiya R.  2009.  Challenges facing Young Academics and Professionals in Nigeria. Network Dialoguing and the strengthening of academic exchange between German and Nigerian Universities. , Vienna: Boesedruck Verlag

Physiologically-based biokinetic models have been developed for predicting simultaneously the Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism and Elimination (ADME) properties of lead (Pb) and selenium (Se), and mercury (Hg) and selenium in a number of target tissues of humans. This was done for three population groups, namely, women of child bearing age (pregnant, lactating and non-pregnant-non-lactating), fetus, and infants/children (0-5 years of age). This was with a view to applying the model to environmental health risk assessment. For each of the elements, three independent models were developed for each population group, making a total of 9 models. These models were able to simulate reasonably the results of controlled experiments obtained from literature. The models were then integrated into binary pairs of Hg/Se and Pb/Se to facilitate viewing the interaction between mercury and selenium, and lead and selenium. Interaction among these elements affected the bioaccumulation of these elements in the respective tissues, thus, altering their partition coefficients. Alterations in the partition coefficients of these elements were modelled by incorporating in the models modification factors derived from the result of the study conducted by Ralston and Cohorts in 2008 on rats. This enabled the integrated models to simulate simultaneously the modulated concentration profiles due to the interaction of these elements. The modulated tissue concentrations were then used in a hypothetical health risk assessment of these elements. The results showed that until selenium intake was adequate or high, even low doses of mercury or lead could be considered as health risk. The results further showed that for the infant child, unless selenium intake was high, the brain was quite susceptible to mercury intoxication, even at low doses.

Mbada, CE, Idowu OA, Ogunjimi OR, Ayanniyi O, Orimolade EA, Oladiran AB, Johnson OE, Akinsulore A, Oni TO.  2017.  Cross-cultural Adaptation, Reliability, and Validity of the Yoruba Version of the Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire. Spine. 42(7):497-503.: LWW Abstract
Mbada, CE, Adeyemi TJ, Adedoyin RA, Arije OO, Omotosho OS, Udah O.  2016.  Prevalence and profile of musculoskeletal disorders among peasant farmers in a rural community in South-Western Nigeria. . The Turkish Journal of Occupational/Environmental Medicine and Safety. Vol. 1(No. 4):99/84–101/101..
Mbada, CE, Ayanniyi O, Adedoyin RA, Johnson OE, Dada OO.  2011.  BACK MUSCLES’ ENDURANCE IN ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS: NORMATIVE DATA FOR A SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN POPULATION. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research. 14(1):1-10.
Mbada, CE, Akinsulore A, Ogunkoya S, Oke K, Idowu OA, Adegbemigun OD, Fasuyi F, Borode AO.  2020.  Patterns and Association of Physical Activity with Depressive Symptoms among Nigerian Undergraduates. Nigerian Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation• Volume. 1, Number 1 Abstract