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Relling, Alejandro E.; Giuliodori, Mauricio J. – Advances in Physiology Education, 2015
The aims of the present study were to measure the effects of individual answer (correct vs. incorrect), individual answer of group members (no vs. some vs. all correct), self-confidence about the responses (low vs. mid vs. high), sex (female vs. male students), and group size (2-4 students) on the odds for change and for correctness after peer…
Descriptors: Physiology, Self Esteem, Responses, Gender Differences
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Giuliodori, Mauricio J.; Lujan, Heidi L.; DiCarlo, Stephen E. – Advances in Physiology Education, 2009
We used collaborative testing in a veterinary physiology course (65 students) to answer the following questions: 1) do students with individual correct responses or students with individual incorrect responses change their answers during group testing? and 2) do high-performing students make the decisions, that is, are low-performing students…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Group Testing, Mastery Tests, Physiology
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Giuliodori, Mauricio J.; Lujan, Heidi L.; DiCarlo, Stephen E. – Advances in Physiology Education, 2008
We used collaborative group testing in a veterinary physiology course (65 students) to test the hypothesis that all students (e.g., high-performing and low-performing students of each group) benefit from collaborative group testing. In this format, students answered questions in the traditional format as individuals. Immediately after completing…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Individual Testing, Group Testing, Cooperative Learning
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Rodriguez, Ricardo R.; Sefton, Ann Jervie; Silbernagl, Stefan; Monos, Emil; Nayar, Usha; Bouman, Lennart N.; Baumann, Fritz; Das, Mandira; Lammers, Wim J. E. P.; Lanphear, J. H. – Advances in Physiology Education, 1998
Presents invited reports that express the personal views of physiologists on the historical influences of physiology education in their countries. Includes reports from Argentina, Australia, Germany, Hungary, India, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates. (DDR)
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Medical Education, Physiology