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The relationship between gender and psychologists' attitudes about profit producing practices, public guidelines and patient care

Davis, Susan J. author. ;Austad, Carol Shaw. thesis advisor.

1997

Available at Central Connecticut State University  CCSU Theses/Dissertations Stack 6  (Thesis 1455 )()

  • Title:
    The relationship between gender and psychologists' attitudes about profit producing practices, public guidelines and patient care
  • Author/Creator: Davis, Susan J. author.
  • Austad, Carol Shaw. thesis advisor.; Central Connecticut State University. Department of Psychology.
  • Creation Date: 1997
  • Language: English
  • Physical Description: 44 leaves ; 29 cm.; paper 29 cm. ink typescript.
  • Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (leaves 32-35)
  • Subjects: Psychologists -- Attitudes; Sex discrimination in psychology; Medical personnel -- Salaries, etc
  • Description: Investigates the relationship between gender and psychologists' attitudes about profit producing practices, public guidelines and patient care. The following three hypotheses were not confirmed : more female psychologists than male psychologists would report feeling more responsibility for providing patient care, more female psychologists than male psychologists would report feeling greater concern over their financial security, and more female psychologists than male psychologists would be willing to lower or negotiate fees with patients. The gender of doctor does not appear to affect attitudes about ethical issues and patient care.
  • Notes: Includes bibliographical references (leaves 32-35)
  • Degree Granted: M.A. Central Connecticut State University 1997.
  • OCLC Number: 38024424