Reliability and validity of the productivity environmental preference survey (PEPS).

Abstract

This study was conducted to establish the reliability and validity of the Dunn, Dunn, and Price Productivity Environmental Preferences Survey (PEPS) with baccalaureate nursing students and to identify differences between subpopulations (age, class level, sex, type of student (RN versus generic] and students at risk. The findings have implications for nurse educators who choose teaching-learning experiences for a diverse student population.

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@article{Lamothe1991ReliabilityAV, title={Reliability and validity of the productivity environmental preference survey (PEPS).}, author={Josianne Lamothe and Diane M. Billings and Anne E. Belcher and Kristin L Cobb and Allison M. Nice and Virginia Richardson}, journal={Nurse educator}, year={1991}, volume={16 4}, pages={30-5} }