Ignatius Ikeoha Iwuh (born October 9, 1941) is a Nigerian academic and professor from Mbaise, Imo State. He was educated at Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Arkansas from 1967 to 1970. He earned his Masters in Psychology from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. As one of the most respected professors of Psychology at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, he has published two Psychology books. He is best known for his writings, Basic Concepts in Psychology (2000); and Psychology of Child Development (2005). He is an Associate Professor of Psychology; a former Associate Dean of the Faculty of the Social Sciences and former Head of Department of Psychology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He has lectured and written several published papers about children's development and welfare. He is the co-author of UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN: A Better way to Child's Useful Upbringing.
- Professor Ikeoha I. Iwuh. "Basic Concepts in Psychology". First published in 2000 by Magnet Business Enterprises (Publishing Division). ISBN 978-33664-9-1.
- Ikeoha I. Iwuh. "Psychology of Child Development". First published in 2005 by Magnet Business Enterprises (Publishing Division). ISBN 978-37548-3-1.
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