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Effects of examinee gender, standardized-patient gender, and their interaction on standardized patients' ratings of examinees' interpersonal and communication skills

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Colliver, Jerry A.
Marcy, Michelle L.
Travis, Terry A.
Robbs, Randall S.
Published in Academic Medicine. 1993, vol. 68, no. 2, p. 153-7
Abstract To assess the effects of examinee gender, standardized-patient (SP) gender, and, in particular, their interaction on ratings made by SPs of examinees' interpersonal and communication skills in a performance-based examination of clinical competence.
Keywords Analysis of VarianceBias (Epidemiology)Clinical Clerkship/standardsClinical Competence/standardsCommunicationEducational MeasurementEvaluation Studies as TopicFemaleHumansIllinoisInterpersonal RelationsMalePatient Education as Topic/standardsPatient SatisfactionProfessional Competence/standardsPsychometricsSex FactorsStudents/psychology/statistics & numerical data
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PMID: 8431238
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COLLIVER, Jerry A. et al. Effects of examinee gender, standardized-patient gender, and their interaction on standardized patients' ratings of examinees' interpersonal and communication skills. In: Academic Medicine, 1993, vol. 68, n° 2, p. 153-7. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:26095

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