Changes in students' sociopolitical attitudes during medical school: socialization or maturation effect?

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This study examined medical students' attitudes toward the issue of universal access to medical care in order to determine whether students become more conservative with increased training and, if this is the case, whether changes in students' sociopolitical attitudes can be mostly attributed to the influence of professional education (socialization effect… (More)

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@article{Maheux1987ChangesIS, title={Changes in students' sociopolitical attitudes during medical school: socialization or maturation effect?}, author={Brigitte Maheux and François B{\'e}land}, journal={Social science & medicine}, year={1987}, volume={24 7}, pages={619-24} }