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ERIC Number: EJ177903
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1977
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Correlations Between Staff, Peer, and Self-Assessments of Fourth-Year Students in Surgery
Morton, J. B.; Macbeth, W. A. A. G.
Medical Education, 11, 3, 167-70, May 77
In a study of 138 medical students, self-assessments were significantly lower than peer assessments, which in turn were significantly lower than staff assessments. The highest correlation was between peer and staff assessments. Students with serious psychological problems identified themselves with failing self-assessments. The study stimulated interest in this New Zealand school in assessment procedures. (Author/LBH)
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Identifiers - Location: New Zealand