Personality types and persistence in doctoral students: A mixed-methods study

@inproceedings{Falconer2017PersonalityTA,
  title={Personality types and persistence in doctoral students: A mixed-methods study},
  author={Anique A. Falconer},
  year={2017}
}
In the United States, the issue of student retention has spanned three decades [1], but despite the problem of retaining students across all educational levels, educational leaders have focused exclusively on the undergraduate student population [2]. The lack of studies focusing on graduate students is problematic because approximately 33% to 70% of doctoral students drop out of their academic programs [3-6]. Although this problem exists across all disciplines, attrition rates in graduate… Expand
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