Dr.Theresia K.Kinai

Dr Theresia Kavuli

Name: Dr. Theresia Kavuli Kinai
Title/Qualifications: Ph.D. in Educational Psychology
Department/Unit/Section: Educational Psychology
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844  00100, Nairobi.
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Tel: +254721343236
Position: Senior Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Developmental Psychology, Educational Psychology,
Guidance and Counselling, Bebaviour Modification, Bereavement and Widowhood
Research Interests: Adolescent developmental issues e.g. aggression decision making, achievement motivation, career choice, child sexual abuse,S and creativity.
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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
Articles in Refereed Journal
  • Kinai T. K. (2010) Adolescents’ perception of parental behaviours: emotional interactions, supervision/monitoring and disciplinary measures in relation to their manifest aggression. Journal for the Advancement of  Educational Researc  vol.7 (1), 48-60.
  • Mbaabu, F.N. Gatumu, H.N. and Kinai,T. (2011. Factors influencing secondary students’attitude towards the study of physics in Imenti South District Co-authored  with Prof. H.Gatumu and F.N.Mbaabu (student). Journal of Research in Education and Society vol.2 number 2, August, 14-22.
  • Lydia Kendi, Mweru Maureen and Kinai Theresia (2012) .HIV/AIDS knowledge and risk  perception of visually impaired and sighted pupils in Kenya  co-authored with
  • Dr.M. Mweru and Kendy Lydia (student). European Scientific Journal, April edition vol. 8 no. 8 ISSN- 1857 (Print)  e ISSN1897-7431, 1668-1789.  
  • Lydia Kendi, Mweru Maureen and Kinai Theresia (2011) .HIV/AIDS knowledge and risk  perception of visually impaired and sighted pupils in Kenya  co-authored with Dr.M. Mweru and Kendy Lydia (student). Journal of Educational Research (ISSN:2141-5161) Vol. 2(11).  November, 2011.
  • Kinai T. K. (2013). Kenyan student-teacher counsellors’ creativity and its relationship with their gender, age, and teaching experience. US-China Review B, ISSN 2161-6248 May 2013, Vol. No. 5 296-304.
  • Kariuki, N. Scolastica, Peter J. Aloka, Kinai, Theresia, Gatumu, Haniel Nyaga and Sr. Florentina Ndunge Ndeke (2014). Relationship between adolescents’ perceptions of their parents’ behaviours and youths’ non-illegal and minor-illegal delinquency in Nairobi secondary schools, Kenya.
  • Mwangi C.N. Okatcha F. M.  Kinai T.K. & Ireri A. M. (2015). Relationship between academic resilience and academic achievement amomg secondary school students in Kiambu County. Kenya, International  Journal of School of Cognitive Psychology.INT j Sch Cog PSYCHOL s2:003. Doi:10.4172/ijscp. S2-002.
  • Kinai Theresia K. (2015.) Household factors that influence  girls’ and boys’ achievement motivation in Kenya. Journal of Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology in Practice. Vol. No.1  April, 2015 ISSBIN 2141-27X. pp1-16.  
  • Elizabeth N. Mutisya, Dr. Theresia K. Kinai, Dr.Jotham N. Dinga & Dr. Samuel M. Mutweleli (2016). Relationship between academic emotions, self-efficacy and mathematics  achievement of secondary school students in Central Division,Machakos County, Kenya. Msingi Journal Vol 1 Number 2. 29-58.
  • Kariuki, N. Scolastica, Peter J. Aloka, Kinai, Theresia, Gatumu, Haniel Nyaga and Sr. Florentina Ndunge Ndeke (2014). Relationship between adolescents’ perceptions of their parents’ behaviours and youths’ non-illegal and minor-illegal delinquency in Nairobi secondary schools, Kenya. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-2117 Vol. 5 No 7 May, 2014 pp. 390 – 401. MCSER Publishing, Rome, Italy.
  • Kinai T.K. (2015). Household factors that influence achievement motivationof female and male pupils in Kenya. Journal of Sociology, Psychology and Anthropology in Practice, Vol. 1 April 1ISSN 2141 – 274X pp. 1- 16.
  • Mutisya, E. N., Kinai, T K., Dinga, J. N., Mutweleli, S. M., (2016). Relationship between academic emotions, self-efficacy and mathematics achievement of secondary school students in Central Division, Machakos County, Kenya . Msingi Journal, Vol. 1, Number 2, 2016 pp. 29 – 57.
  • C. N. Mwangi, Okatcha, F. M., Kinai, T.K. & Ireri, A.M. (2015). Relationship between academic resilience and academic achievement among secondary school students in Kiambu, County, Kenya. International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology. ISSN:IJSCP an open access pp.1-5.
  • Munanu, S. K. & Kinai, T. K. (2017). Relationship between School type and Secondary school Students’ Career Aspirations in Nairobi, Kenya. The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies (ISSN 2321 - 9203) Vol. 5 Issue 4 pp.116-125.
  • Mutua, J. N., Kinai, T. K. & Ndambuki, P., (2018). Academic mind sets as predictors of academic achievement among public secondary school students in Nairobi County, Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 6 No. 2 February 2018, pp. 183-198.
  • Oyoo , S. A.. Mwaura, P. M., (2018). Academic resilience as predictor of academic burnout among form four students in Homa-Bay County. Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 6 No. 3 March 2018 pp.187-200.

Article in Conference proceedings

  • Theresia. Kavuli Kinai (2015). ‘Family and socio-cultural practices influencing the onset and continuation of alcohol and drug use among Village Polytechnic students in Makueni County, Kenya’ East and Central African Conference of Psychology and the 1st National Congress of psychology; Hilton Hotel, Nairobi: November 8th – 12th .2015.
BOOK
  • 2018 Theresia K.Kinai: Bereavement and Grief Counselling ISBN 99667159-3 9789966715197 Published by Almasi Holistic Healthcare Limited.
  • 2010 Theresia K.Kinai: Behaviour Modification and Lifestyle Rehabilitation ISBN 996671514-2 9789966715142 Published by Almasi Holistic Healthcare Limited.

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