Author: Murthy K, O’ Neill P, and Byrne G Publication Year: 2012
Summary: It has been suggested that a student’s personality type is linked to the most effective form of learning and can effect learning and educational process (Fallan 2009). This study investigates the effects of Learning and Personality types on medical students’ clinical performance.
Description: Skill in everyday learning and reasoning is a valued attribute of doctors, but instructional approaches to nurture medical students’ learning styles and personality remain scarce. Learning Styles and Personality type and their effects on overall learning have been researched in a variety of domains, but remain largely unexplored in medical education. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of Learning and Personality types on medical students’ clinical performance.
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