Inferential Set Adoption by Nursing Students

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This study examines nursing students' adoption of inferential sets in a clinical situation. The investigation determines (1) the particular inferential set(s) nursing students adopt toward a patient in a clinical situation; (2) the particular inferential set(s) adopted by sophomore and senior nursing students in a clinical situation; and (3) whether or not inferential sets adopted by the sophomore and senior nursing students differ. Sophomore and senior nursing students at a woman's university in Texas were asked to complete a research tool designed to determine inferential set adoption.

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Garza, Christine Seftchick August 1986.

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This study examines nursing students' adoption of inferential sets in a clinical situation. The investigation determines (1) the particular inferential set(s) nursing students adopt toward a patient in a clinical situation; (2) the particular inferential set(s) adopted by sophomore and senior nursing students in a clinical situation; and (3) whether or not inferential sets adopted by the sophomore and senior nursing students differ. Sophomore and senior nursing students at a woman's university in Texas were asked to complete a research tool designed to determine inferential set adoption.

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Garza, Christine Seftchick. Inferential Set Adoption by Nursing Students, dissertation, August 1986; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332240/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .