Do students’ styles of learning affect how they adapt to learning methods and to the learning environment?

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Topal, K; Sarikaya, O; Basturk, R; Buke, A;
  • Publisher: Marmara University
  • Journal: issn: 1019-1941, eissn: 1309-9469
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5472/MMJoa.2802.04
  • Subject: learning environment | development | questionnaire | human experiment | Medical education | student | problem based learning | autoregulation | medical school | perception | curriculum development | Problem-based learning | Learning styles | analysis of variance | controlled study | Tıp eğitimi, Probleme dayalı öğrenme, Öğrenme stilleri, Program değerlendirme | program evaluation | skill | Kruskal Wallis test | Medical education, Problem-based learning, Learning styles, Curriculum development | learning style | human | Medical education; Problem-based learning; Learning styles; Curriculum
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Objectives: The process of development and evaluation of undergraduate medical education programs should include analysis of learners’ characteristics, needs, and perceptions about learning methods. This study aims to evaluate medical students’ perceptions about problem... View more
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