No combination of MBTI preferences predicted medical students' LIC scores. However there was an interesting relationship between the LIC scores of those 11 medical students whose Keirsey temperament type were NF Idealists and their pattern of LIC scores. Specifically, nine had a LIC score of Level Two. Also, in post hoc analyses, it was found that the number of words in a particular reflection was an excellent predictor of the LIC score. Limitations and delimitations of the study, recommendations for future research, and implications for medical education practitioners (faculty and administrators) were also discussed.University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine (2007a). Student handbook: Section 7: Honor system, code of professional behavior, 80-81. Retrieved January, 28, 2008, fromanbsp;...
|Title||:||Medical Students' Reflections on Professional Behavior: Cognitive Style as a Predictor of Content and Level of Integrative Complexity|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|