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Nigerian citizen, male.Interest Includes: CONFLICT RESOLUTION, FORGIVENESS, PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AND WORLD PEACE
Books Published
1. Anazonwu, C. O. (2016). Conceptualizing and Testing Almighty Prosociality Theory for a more Peaceful World. A Paper Presented at the 2016 Annual Scientific Congress of the Nigerian Psychological Association (NPA) held at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, 11-14th October, 2016 and published in Peace, Inclusive Societies and Psychology, 1-20, 2017 by NPA.
2. Anazonwu, C. O. (2016, March). Overwhelming problem theory: Towards de-escalating religious terrorism and facilitating a peaceful world. Poster session presentation at 6th Exhibition of Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair (NURESDEF), Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

Publications
1. Anazonwu, C. O., Onyemaechi, C., Uzu, C. & Ifedigbo, C. (2019). Self-esteem, altruism, and personal sense of power as correlates of female students’ participation in campus politics. Zik Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2, 66-76.
2. Anazonwu, C. O., Nweke, K. O., Dike-Aghanya, A. A & Ilona, C. F. (2018). The Role of Almighty Prosocial behavior in De-Escalating Social Identity Crisis for National Development. Nigerian Journal of Social Psychology, 1, 1-14.
3. Anyaegbunam, E. N. & Anazonwu, C. O. (2018). Self-motivated behaviour: Its influence on intergroup contact for intergroup harmony. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 28(3), 175-181.
4. Onyemaechi, C., Obi-Nwosu, H., Anazonwu, C., Nwafor, C. & Umenweke, O. (2018). Effects of rational emotive behaviour therapy and psychoeducation on schizophrenic patients. Practucum Psychologia, 8, 49-62.
5. Anyaegbunam, E. N., Anazonwu, C. O. & Anyaegbunam, M. C. (2018). The mediating role of self-motivated behaviour in intergroup contact for building intergroup harmony. Nigerian Journal of Social Psychology, 1, 76-89.
6. Chine, B. C., Obiajulu, A. O., Nnedum, A. & Anazonwu, C. O. (2017). Youth empowerment: Home care services perspective. Practicum Psychologia, 7, 66-72.
7. Obi-Nwosu, H., Anazonwu, C. O., Nwafor, C. E. & Agba, C. (2016). Psychology of crime investigation. Practicum Psychologia, 6, 1-13.
8. Nwafor, C. E., Anazonwu, C. O., Okafor, O. C. & Obi-Nwosu, H. (2016). Pro-social and aggressive behaviors among school children: The role of callous-unemotional traits. International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology, 5(4), 81-88.
9. Anazonwu, C. O., Onyemaechi, C. I. & Igwilo, C. (2016). Psychology of Kidnapping. Practicum in Psychologia, 6, 104-120.
10. Anazonwu, C. O., Obiajulu, A. O., Nwafor, C. E. & Ugokwe-Ossai, R. I. (2016). Identification of facial emotions by university undergraduates of Igbo extract. Zik Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 1, 1-5.
11. Nwafor, C. E., Onyeizugbo, E U., & Anazonwu, C.O. (2015). Does gender moderate the relationship between callous-unemotional traits and physical aggression? The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 18, 1–9.
12. Ogbeide, D. O., Anyaegbunam, E. N., & Anazonwu, C. O. (2015). Development of employee restiveness predictive scale (ERPS). Ife Psychologia, 23, 156–168.
13. Nweke, C. C., Anazonwu, C. O., Ugokwe-Ossai, R. N. & Ucheagwu, V. A. (2013). Gender and city differences in personality traits among adolescents in some selected cities of Nigeria. CSCanada Cross-cultural Communications, 9(5), 11–16. DOI:10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020130905.2514
14. Ucheagwu, V. A., Nweke, C. C., Anazonwu, C. O., Ugokwe-Ossai, R. N., & Mathias, B. A. (2012). Gender and career choice differences on Bakare Vocational Interest Inventory: Implications for vocational counseling in Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Management Review. Vol. 7(1), 106–119.
15. Anazonwu, C. O., Ugokwe-Ossai, R. N., Mathias, B. A., & Ucheagwu, V. A. (2012). The roles of interpersonal dependency on psychopathological manifestations among Nigerian adolescents. African Journal of Social Sciences, 2(2), 112–128.
16. Anazonwu, C. O., Ucheagwu, V. A. & Ugokwe-Ossai, R. N. (2011). Influences of demographic variables on marital satisfaction among police officers in Nigeria. ANSU Journal of Integrated Knowledge, 1(1), 243–250.
17. Anazonwu, C. O. (1997). Self versus other perpetrated automobile accidents: Nigerian drivers’ altruistic response. Social Science Research, 1, 63-68.
18. Anazonwu, C. O. (1996). Autonomy of classroom belief items in Rotter’s locus of control scale. Psychological Reports, 79, 834.
19. Anazonwu, C. O. (1995). Locus of control, academic self-concept and attribution of responsibility for performance in statistics. Psychological Reports, 77, 367-370.
20. Anazonwu, C. O. & Ugwuegbu, D. C. E. (1986). Dimensions of attitudes to automobile accidents in Nigeria: The views of accident victims. Psychology & Society, 1, 194-199.
21. Uguru-Okorie, D. C. & Anazonwu, C. O. (1986). Design training and sex as determinants
of susceptibility to geometric illusions. Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology, 1, 245-250.
Book Chapter
22. Anazonwu, C. O. (2009). Attitudes and challenges to research in Nigeria. In P. C Nnabude, A. D Nkamnebe & M. O Ezenwa (Eds.). Readings in research methodology and grant writing (pp. 134 – 146). Nimo: Booksmith House.
23. Anazonwu, C. O. (1987). Designing social research and information gathering: Some basic statistical knowledge. In D. C. Ugwuegbu & S. O Onwumere (ed.), Social Research and Information Gathering, 12-16.
Conferences
24. Anazonwu, C. O. (2016). Conceptualizing and Testing Almighty Prosociality Theory for a more Peaceful World. A Paper Presented at the 2016 Annual Scientific Congress of the Nigerian Psychological Association (NPA) held at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, 11-14th October, 2016 and published in Peace, Inclusive Societies and Psychology, 1-20, 2017 by NPA.
Workshop
25. Anazonwu, C. O. (2018). Use of SPSS Software in Quantitative Data Analysis. Workshop Paper for School of Postgraduate Studies, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, ‘Train the Trainers: Deepening Research Competence for Effective Scholarship’. 8-9th October, 2018, Awka.
26. Anazonwu, C. O. (2016). Research Designs and Analysing Quantitative Data. A paper used as guide in Train the Trainers Workshop for academic staff of Nnamdi Azikiwe University organized by the School of Postgraduate Studies of the university in Awka on November 1, 2016.
Academic Exhibition
27. Anazonwu, C. O. (2016, March). Overwhelming problem theory: Towards de-escalating religious terrorism and facilitating a peaceful world. Poster session presentation at 6th Exhibition of Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair (NURESDEF), Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.