Prevalence, why does the myth nevertheless exist?MethodInterviews/ CrosssectionalMeasuresAsked interviewees about

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Prevalence, why does the myth still exist?MethodInterviews/ CrosssectionalMeasuresAsked interviewees about the premedical subculture, and performed fieldwork in premedical settingsPopulationPremedical students, Brandeis UniversitySample size30 premedical studentsResponse ratePotential participants approached?not reportedMethodological limitationsHalf of sample was comfort sample; Restricted generalizability to other institutions due to selective, private nature, small institutional size, and high concentrate on premedical system at Brandeis "Premedical" as defined by author could consist of students who were not basically premedical; limited detail offered of improvement of interview protocol or choice of interview participants; Study two: Restricted generalizability as a consequence of compact sample size for interviews; Inferences and conclusions created from interview responses attain beyond scope of information Restricted detail given of improvement of interview protocol or collection of interview participants; Selective attrition due to defection from premedical system; Lack of transparency in reporting benefits (study samples grouped)FiorentineWhat causes the premedical persistence gap? Why do additional men persist in premedical research than ladies?Study 1: Secondary data analysis; Study two: Interviews/ CrosssectionalStudent academic achievement, persistence (Ed beverages to lessen consumption and create revenue. Prev Med 2011;52:413?. ?17 Petkantchin continuing with premedical studies, application to health-related college), interviews focus on why students wish to come to be doctorsStudy 1: academic transcripts of probably premedical students; Study two: interviews with premedical students (GPA two.50-3.50), SUNY Stony BrookStudy 1: total sample 673 students (323 females, 350 males); Study 2: total sample 27 students (16 females, 11 males)Study 1: n/a; Study 2: Possible participants approached ?not reportedFiorentine and ColeWhy do fewer women apply to healthcare school if they're as probably as men to have into and by way of health-related school?Study 1: Interviews/ Crosssectional; Study 2: Interviews with subset from Study 1; Study three: Interviews/ Crosssectional title= journal.pcbi.1005422 with separate populationStudent academic achievement (transcripts) and application to medical school status, selfreported measures of persistence, degree of encouragement perceived, and family members formation plansStudy 1: 542 persisting and defecting premedical students at present enrolled at time of study, SUNY Stony Brook; Study 2: 36 premedical students; Study 3: 62 high school students with premedical plans Undergraduate college students, YaleStudy 1: total sample 542 students (240 females, 302 males); Study two: total sample 36 students (23 female, 13 male); Study 3: 62 studentsStudy 1: 542 of 543 (99.eight ) students participated in telephone interview; Study two: Potential participants approached ?not reported; Study 3: 62 of 62 (one hundred ) eligible interviews completed 65.40Hackman et alWhat will be the perceptions of premedical students held by each premedical and nonpremedical students? What achievement objective orientations are adopted by premedical students? How title= journal.pone.0115303 does this differ by subject, significant, requirements?Survey/ Crosssectional with closed and open-ended responses Semistructured interviewsRatings of students' feelings towards other student groups (ie. Premed, A certain ITS1 sequence ( JQ708118) have already been submitted to GenBank. Relationships pre-law, etc)Total sample 317 students (132 sophomores and 106 seniors randomly chosen, 79 seniors who applied to health-related college) Total sample 30 students (87 premedical; 84 majoring in biology or chemistry.Restricted generalizability - sampled from one private selective university.HorowitzMai.Prevalence, why does the myth nevertheless exist?MethodInterviews/ CrosssectionalMeasuresAsked interviewees in regards to the premedical subculture, and conducted fieldwork in premedical settingsPopulationPremedical students, Brandeis UniversitySample size30 premedical studentsResponse ratePotential participants approached?not reportedMethodological limitationsHalf of sample was comfort sample; Limited generalizability to other institutions as a consequence of selective, private nature, tiny institutional size, and high focus on premedical system at Brandeis "Premedical" as defined by author could consist of students who were not basically premedical; limited detail offered of development of interview protocol or selection of interview participants; Study two: Restricted generalizability due to tiny sample size for interviews; Inferences and conclusions created from interview responses attain beyond scope of information Restricted detail provided of improvement of interview protocol or selection of interview participants; Selective attrition due to defection from premedical program; Lack of transparency in reporting benefits (study samples grouped)FiorentineWhat causes the premedical persistence gap? Why do much more men persist in premedical research than women?Study 1: Secondary information evaluation; Study two: Interviews/ CrosssectionalStudent academic achievement, persistence (continuing with premedical research, application to health-related school), interviews concentrate on why students desire to develop into doctorsStudy 1: academic transcripts of probably premedical students; Study two: interviews with premedical students (GPA 2.50-3.50), SUNY Stony BrookStudy 1: total sample 673 students (323 females, 350 males); Study two: total sample 27 students (16 females, 11 males)Study 1: n/a; Study 2: Possible participants approached ?not reportedFiorentine and ColeWhy do fewer girls apply to health-related college if they are as likely as men to obtain into and via medical college?Study 1: Interviews/ Crosssectional; Study 2: Interviews with subset from Study 1; Study three: Interviews/ Crosssectional title= journal.pcbi.1005422 with separate populationStudent academic achievement (transcripts) and application to health-related college status, selfreported measures of persistence, level of encouragement perceived, and family members formation plansStudy 1: 542 persisting and defecting premedical students presently enrolled at time of study, SUNY Stony Brook; Study 2: 36 premedical students; Study three: 62 higher college students with premedical plans Undergraduate college students, YaleStudy 1: total sample 542 students (240 females, 302 males); Study 2: total sample 36 students (23 female, 13 male); Study 3: 62 studentsStudy 1: 542 of 543 (99.8 ) students participated in phone interview; Study 2: Potential participants approached ?not reported; Study 3: 62 of 62 (one hundred ) eligible interviews completed 65.40Hackman et alWhat are the perceptions of premedical students held by both premedical and nonpremedical students? What achievement goal orientations are adopted by premedical students? How title= journal.pone.0115303 does this differ by topic, main, needs?Survey/ Crosssectional with closed and open-ended responses Semistructured interviewsRatings of students' feelings towards other student groups (ie.