Application for Admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy 76 Regular Course

Grace Ohunene LEGBETI

Grace Ohunene LEGBETI Ph. D, M. Sc, B. Sc


Phone: 07038489755, 08077266984


GO Legbeti is a Lecturer I in the Department of Psychology, Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna. She has her secondary education in Baptist High School Jos, Plateau State. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Jos, M.Sc in Industrial/Organisational Psychology from the University of Ibadan and Ph.D in Industrial/Organisational Psychology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She is also a member of the Nigerian Psychological Association (NPA), Nigerian Association of Industrial/Organisational Psychologists (NAIOP) and Chartered Institute of Personnel Management Nigeria (CIPMN). Legbeti currently serves the Department of Psychology NDA as the Undergraduate Project Coordinator and the Postgraduate Coordinator.
Legbeti’s areas of interest includeissues relating to psychology and its applications to employees and the workplace. Employee wellbeing, stress management& prevention, psychological test development for recruitment, selection &management, psychological issues related to retirement, employee retention, employee development (training), psychological interventions, employee job satisfaction, engagement and performance management.


  1. Aigboje, H.M & Legbeti, O. G. (2018). Experiences of Military- Connected Children: Perspectives of Mothers, Teachers and Children.African Journal for the Psychological Studies of the Social Sciences, 21(3)217-226.
  2. Legbeti, G.O. (2021). Employee Turnover Intentions among Bank Employees in South-Western Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Social Psychology, 4(1)40-59.
  3. Oluwafemi, O.O., Mebu, V.A, & Legbeti, G.O. (2021).Ethical Leadership not Likeness Engenders Subordinates‟ Affective Commitment to Squad among Police Cadets.Sub-Sahara African Journal of Psychology and Contemporary Issues1(1)253-261.
  4. Aigboje, H.M, Legbeti, O. G.& Atafo, D.O.  (2021). Do Home Backgrounds Matter? Comparing Adolescents’ Behaviour in Ibadan Nigeria. PLASU Journal of Psychological Research (PLASUJPR) 2 (1)29-38.
  5. Legbeti, GO & Aigboje HM (2022). “Psychological Wellbeing and the Psychosocial Needs of the Vulnerable in Northern Nigeria” in Bem Japhet Audu and Maryam Hamza (eds.) Conflicts and the Vulnerable in Northern Nigeria: festschrift in Honour of Nafisat Dahiru Muhammad. Kaduna: NDA Publishers,73-86.