Predictors of Psychosocial Teaching Styles in a Family Practice Residency Program

Johanna Shapiro, PhD

Teaching style refers to the manner, method, or means by which instructors attempt to convey information and influence the understanding and behavior of their learners. Teaching style is the process or the “how” of teaching, in contrast to the content or the “what” of teaching. Although clinical precepting teaching styles of primary care physicians have been studied, no information exists about clinical teaching styles of behavioral science faculty, even though behavioral science instruction is a mandatory part of family practice residency education.

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