Learning styles in two otolaryngology residency programs.

@article{Laeeq2009LearningSI,
  title={Learning styles in two otolaryngology residency programs.},
  author={Kulsoom Laeeq and Robert A. Weatherly and Alice Carrott and V K G Rajasekara Pal Pandian and Charles William Cummings and Nasir I Bhatti},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2009},
  volume={119 12},
  pages={2360-5}
}
OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS Kolb portrays four learning styles depending on how an individual grasps or transforms experience: accommodating, assimilating, diverging, and converging. Past studies in surgery, medicine, and anesthesia identified the predominant learning style in each of these specialties. The prevalence of different learning styles and existence of a predominant style, if any, has not been reported for otolaryngology residency programs. The purpose of our study was to determine if… CONTINUE READING