Changes in Personality and Learning Styles for First Year Medical Students
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Sixty-five students (62% response rate) completed the Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness to Experience Personality Inventory-Revised and Grasha-Reichmann Student Learning Styles Scale at the beginning and end of their first year of medical school. Paired t-tests showed significant differences for 2 of 5 personality scales and 5 of 6 learning styles scales.
Borges, N. J.,
& Parmelee, D.
(2014). Changes in Personality and Learning Styles for First Year Medical Students. Medical Science Educator, 21 (3), 200-202.