ERIC Number: EJ635329
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2001
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Predictors of Psychosocial Teaching Styles in a Family Practice Residency Program.
Shapiro, Johanna; Prislin, Michael; Hanks, Chris; Lenahan, Patricia
Family Medicine, v33 n8 p607-13 Sep 2001
Investigated group characteristics associated with authoritative versus collaborative teaching by behavioral science faculty. Faculty used twice as many collaborative as authoritative teaching comments. Males used more authoritative comments than females; first-year and female residents received more teaching than did more-experienced and male counterparts. Perceived global performance of resident and severity of patient diagnosis were also related to teaching style. (EV)
Descriptors: Behavioral Sciences, Family Practice (Medicine), Graduate Medical Education, Influences, Medical School Faculty, Predictor Variables, Sex Differences, Teaching Styles
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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