Critical Thinking Skills of Faculty Teaching Medical Subjects in a Military Environment
Date of Degree
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Annette E. Craven
Daniel G. Dominguez
The purpose of this study was to measure the critical thinking skills of instructors assigned to the US Army Medical Department Center and School. Representing a response rate o f 47%, 346 subjects completed Form 2000 of the California Critical Thinking Skills Test (CCTST) yielding an overall score and five sub-scores: analysis, inference, evaluation, induction, and deduction. Participants also reported demographics which included gender, ethnicity, age, rank, medical specialty (MOS or AOC), highest degree held, assignment background, deployment experience, and years of service. Descriptive statistics, t tests, and one-way ANOVA were used to analyze data. Significance at p
Hobaugh, Carol First, "Critical Thinking Skills of Faculty Teaching Medical Subjects in a Military Environment" (2005). Theses & Dissertations. 143.