James Wages, Ph.D.


Social Psychologist

Black medical students' sense of belonging, residency self-efficacy, and residency goal stability at historically black vs. predominantly white medical schools: A prospective study


Journal article


N. Tiak, J. E. Wages III, S. P. Perry
Journal of General Internal Medicine (revising to resubmit)

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APA
Tiak, N., Wages, J. E., III, & Perry, S. P. Black medical students' sense of belonging, residency self-efficacy, and residency goal stability at historically black vs. predominantly white medical schools: A prospective study . Journal of General Internal Medicine (Revising to Resubmit).

Chicago/Turabian
Tiak, N., J. E. Wages III, and S. P. Perry. “Black Medical Students' Sense of Belonging, Residency Self-Efficacy, and Residency Goal Stability at Historically Black vs. Predominantly White Medical Schools: A Prospective Study .” Journal of General Internal Medicine (revising to resubmit) (n.d.).

MLA
Tiak, N., et al. “Black Medical Students' Sense of Belonging, Residency Self-Efficacy, and Residency Goal Stability at Historically Black vs. Predominantly White Medical Schools: A Prospective Study .” Journal of General Internal Medicine (Revising to Resubmit).