K S Douglas Low

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The present meta-analysis examined the stability of vocational interests from early adolescence (age 12) to middle adulthood (age 40). Stability was represented by rank-order and profile correlations. Interest stability remained unchanged during much of adolescence and increased dramatically during the college years (age 18-21.9), where it remained for the(More)
Testing the hypothesis that physicians trained in problem based learning formats versus traditional lecture based formats develop equally strong physician-patient relationships, the rates of malpractice filings against graduates trained in each format at the John A. Burns' School of Medicine were compared. With the graduation of 10 more PBL classes,(More)
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