Behavioral Informatics Digital Humanities & Development Research


Prof. Wada, F.J

Professor of Management & Public Policy Informatics

Barney School of Business

University of Hartford

West Hartford,  Connecticut, USA

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Vol 7.  No 1,  2021  Series                               


Office Environment and Its Influence On Job Performance in Nigeria (A Study of Guarantee Trust Bank, Asaba)

​ Agbor, S. &  Igweh, F.K.

An Agent Based Surveillance System for Oil Pipeline Vandals Detection in Niger Delta

Ikenna L. Ezea

Inter- State Road Transportation Companies and Capacity Building/Employment Generation in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

Ibanga Isaac Jonah &  Ituen Uwem J. 

Towards an Effective Information Assurance and Risk Management (IA&RM) Guide: A Case Study.

Ademola, E.O.

Assessment On Utilization of Social Media Among Some Tertiary Institutions Students in Lagos State: Implication for Counselling

Olugbenro, S.O., Ojo, O.I., Okoye, P.C.N (PhD) &  Nwagwu, A.

Facial Analysis Model for Age and Gender Classifications Using Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)

Ojo, A.I.


Vol 6.  No 2, June, 2020  Series                               

Availability and Utilization of Departmental Library for Quality Production of Graduates in Accounting Programmes of Universities in North East, Nigeria

Bambi, B.I.

Framework for a Low-Cost Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Based  System For Supporting Vaccine Immunization and Uptake in a Developing Country.

Longe, O.B, Onawola, H.J, Okolo, O., Adegbenro, D.A., Wada, F & Chiemeke, S. & Durosinmi, A.

Contraceptive Advertisements and Sexual Behaviour Among Students

Morka, E.O., Nwabudike, F.C. & Okowa-Nwaebi, L.

Investigating Cybercrimes and Security Concerns in Nigeria

Konyeha, S.  & Ngonadi, V.I.

Predicting Student Academic Performance Using Data Mining Techniques

Ikuomola A. J. & Nwanze M.N.

Analysis of Decreased IP Forwarding Rate Attack on an Enterprise Network

Osa, E & Konyeha, S

Leveraging on Industrial and Occupational Safety to Enhance the Dwindled National Economy After Ravages Done by COVID-19 Pandemic

Osuchukwu, C.L., Meremikwu, B,C., Obaseki, E., Onuoha, B & Unuogu, C.C.

Psychological Variables and Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitude to Mathematics Teaching

Amao, F.A., Oladapo, D.I. & Ajani, T.O.

The Financial Transaction Bank Credit Cards; According to Islamic Banking System

Ahmed El-murdi Saeed Omar

Citizens’ Continual Usage Intention of Government 2.0 in Nigeria: From Awareness and Perceived Motivation Perspectives

Ogunsola, K.  & Olojo, T.P.

Successor Management and Sustainability of Family Businesses
In Anambra State, Nigeria.

Agbor, S., Ogana, M & Dieyi, G.P.

Optimization of Wireless Sensor Performance for Real-Time Detection of Intrusion in a Remote Environment

Ezea, I. L.

Vol 6.  No 1, March 2020  Series                              

Computer Education In Tertiary Institutions: Challenges And Prospects For National Development

Oduntan, E.B.   &   Abas, A.

Impact of Social Exchanges of Entrepreneurs on Organizational Productivity and Profitability in Lubcon Oil Limited.

Raji, S.T., Bamidele, A.G., Popoola, T.A. & Buari, I.A.

An Empirical Evaluation of Customers Behavioural Intention to Adopt Mobile Banking Apps in Nigeria

Echebiri, W. &  Ochei, L.C.


Activities of ICT (information and Communications Technology) Practice at The Federal University of Petroleum resources Effurun (FUPRE) 2015 – 2020

Ugwu, G.U (PhD)

An Examination Conduct Mechanism for Nigeria Based on Modified Convolutional Neural Networks Algorithm Authentication Scheme

Siyaka, H.O., Owolabi, O. & Hashim, B.I.

5G Security and COVID-19 Pandemic: Analysis of Vulnerabilities from the Technology Perspectives

Nura, T. A., Ibrahim, M., Ibrahim, A., Umar, A.M. & *Ibrahim, M.I.

Access Control into Examination Halls Using Biometric Technology: A Review

Alao, K. A., Yusuf, Y., Alarape, M. A. & Ndakotsu, A. A.

HELT D: A Context-aware HEalthy Living Through Diet System

Atiku, A.U. &  Sajoh, D.I.

The Role of the Physical Environment in Public Library Regeneration in Nigeria

Abatan, S. & Abatan, T.

Vol 5. 2019  Series                                               

Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Education on Students’ Business Innovation and Value: Evidence from Selected Universities in South- West, Nigeria

​Ajose, O.A., Brimah, A.N., Abdulraheem, I.  & Zekeri, A.

Female Prison Structure in Nigeria: A Case Study of Women Prison, Kirikiri, Apapa, Lagos

Mbagwu, J.U.

Entrepreneurial Marketing and Financial Performance: A case of selected Small Scale Enterprises (SSEs) in the North Central Nigeria

Olorunlambe, G.A., Abdulraheem, I.  & Zekeri, A


A Framework for the Deployment of the National Identification Number for Patients with Health Related Issues

Onwobi , G. & Marwa, H.

Communal Insecurity Issues in Nigeria: Clarifications and Propositions

Mbagwu, J.U (PhD) & Obileye, A.A.

Examining the Indispensability of Information Technology Tools in Managing Insecurity in Nigeria

Ajobiewe, J.O.


An Analysis of Security Issues in Cloud Computing

Onwodi, G.

Analyzing the effects of Entrepreneurial Innovativeness on SSEs Survival:  An Evidence of Block Moulding Enterprises in Ilorin Metropolis

Owolewa, M.A., Mustapha, ‘R.O. (PhD) & Brimah, A.N (PhD)

Insights into Cyber Policies, Information Technology Governance (ITG) and, Multi-stakeholder Security Governance Scaling (MSGS)  for Decision Makers within UK SME Aviation

Ademola, E. O.

Vol .4  2018  Series                                               

Building Learning Technologies For Digital Humanities – A Review

Onwodi, G.O.

Comparative Analysis of Age Invariant Feature Extraction Techniques for Face Recognition Systems

Oloyede, A.,  Adedara, O., Nwaocha Vivian .O., Ogunlana, D., Adeyemi, B. & Longe, O.


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The Journal of Behavioral informatics, Digital Humanities and Development Research aims to provide a platform for discourses on the informatics of behaviors so as to obtain behavior intelligence and behavior insights. Articles focusing on applied behavior analysis  and digital humanities from the psychological perspective, socio-cultural context, development issues, computational theories, systems, criminology, peace and conflict studies, economics of behaviour, social artificial intelligence, IoT, qualitative and quantitatively model, behavior management, within individuals, groups and organizations are welcomed. We also accept papers whose discourses are on the classic study of behavioral, including behavior modeling, applied behavior analysis, behavior analysis, organizational behavior. individual and group behavior formation, representation, computational modeling, analysis, learning, simulation, and understanding of behavior impact, utility, non-occurring behaviors, behavior intervention and management. The Journal promotes and accepts research articles, technical papers, short communications, work in progress and position papers.  It also publishes extended versions of papers presented during the International Multidisciplinary (iSTEAMS) Conferences and other conferences disseminating cutting edge research content that fits within the scope of the Journal. Authors are welcomed to submit articles  via

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Prof. Wada, Fiday Josiah

Professor of Management & Policy Informatics

Barney School of Business

University of Hartford

West Hartford,  Connecticut, USA


Managing/Acquisition Editor

Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope

Distinguished Fulbright Scholar

& Chair - American University of Nigeria

Yola, Nigeria



Ime Obot, Ph.D.

King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Bojaji Adefolarin MSc, ZCP

Purdue University, Indianapolis, USA.


Prof. Emmanuel Ojo Ademola

Centre for Citizenship and Leadership Galaxy

London, United Kingdom


Colin S. Thakur PhD

Durban University of Technology, South Africa


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