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Archer, J. (1994). Achievement goals as a measure of motivation in university students. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 19 p. 430-446 Descriptive study on motivational orientation among first year university students using mastery goals, performance goals, and alienation. Metacognitive strategies are explored. Cambell, A. R. & Dickson, C.J. (1996). Predicting student success: A 10-year review using integrative review and meta-analysis. Journal of Professional Nursing 12(1), p.
  Archer, J. (1994). Achievement goals as a measure of motivation in university students. Contemporary Educational Psychology,   19  p. 430-446 Descriptive study on motivational orientation among first year university students using mastery goals, performance goals, and alienation. Metacognitive strategies are explored. Cambell, A. R. & Dickson, C.J. (1996). Predicting student success: A 10-year review using integrative review and meta-analysis.  Journal of Professional Nursing 12 (1), p. 47-59 Article describes and evaluates nursing education research on predictors of retention, graduation, and NCLEX success of baccalaureate-degree nursing students. Integrative review involving articles from 1981-1990 related to predicting student success. Hendricks, S. M. & Splann Krothe, J. (2014). Outcomes and lessons learned regarding the use of interviewing for baccalaureate nursing school admission.  Journal of Professional Nursing, 30 (5)  p. 392-398 Case study on the adoption, use, and outcomes of admission interview process for admission to a large, public baccalaureate nursing program between 2007 and 2011. Jones Schenk, J., & Harper, M. G. (2014). Emotional intelligence: An admission criterion alternative to cumulative grade point averages for prelicensure students. Nurse Education Today, 34, p. 413-420 Purpose of the study was to examine if emotional intelligence characteristics meet or exceed those of successful staff nurses are more likely to be successful in terms of emotional intelligence. Descriptive correlational design examining emotional intelligence unis the Emotional Quotient Inventory. McNelis, A. M., Wellman, D. S., Splann Krothe, J., Hrisomalos, D. D., McElveen, J. L., & South, R. J. (2010). Revision and evaluation of the Indiana University school of nursing  baccalaureate admission process. Descriptive study examining admissions process using GPA, interview, writing sample, and service requirement.  Newton, S. E., Smith, L. H., Moore, G., & Magnan, M. (2007). Predicting early academic achievement in a baccalaureate nursing program.  Journal of Professional Nursing, 23 (3), p. 144-149 The purpose of this study was to explore whether scholastic aptitude and nursing aptitude are predictive of early academic achievement in a baccalaureate nursing program. Perrot, LJ & Deloney, L. (2013). An instrument to measure health professional motivation: Description and review.  MedEdPORTAL Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9406 Resource includes instrument used to measure health professional motivation and the codebook for scoring.  Perrot LJ, Deloney L., Hastings JK, Savell S, Savidge M. (2001).  Measuring student motivation in health professions' colleges . Advances in Health Sciences Education: Theory and Practice 6:193-203 Study to identify and validate an instrument to measure goal orientation of students in health professions programs. Rosenthal, J. (2015). Critical synthesis package: modified Archer's health professions motivation survey (MAHPMS).  MedEdPORTAL , 11 , 10179. https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10179 Resource contains a Critical Analysis of the psychometric properties and application to health sciences education for the Modified Archer's Health Professions Motivation Survey (MAHPMS); and a copy of the MAHPMS instrument and scoring key developed  by Linda Perrot, MD, JD. Timer, J. E. & Clauson, M. I. (2011). The use of selective admissions tools to predict students’ success in advanced standing baccalaureate nursing program. Examination of supplemental application materials and interviews in admission decision making in retention and student outcomes. Tinto, V. (2012) Completing College: Rethinking Institutional Action. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, pp. 114-125 Chapter Seven is a summary of reflections on methods used to enhance student success in college. Tinto suggests that success does not arise by chance, and institutions need to set clear and high expectations, provide support to its members, asses and provide feedback about performance, and actively involve its members in decision-making to meet expectations. A call to action in the chapter highlights the importance Vanthournout, G., Gijbels, D., Coertjens, L., Donche, V., & Van Petegem, P. (2012). Students' Persistence and Academic Success in a first-year Professional Bachelor Program: The Influence of Students' Learning Strategies and Academic Motivation.  Education Research International  , Ar5ticle 10. Retrieved from https://www.hindawi.com/journals/edri/2012/152747/. Examines student learning strategies and academic motivation as predictor of persistence and academic success in first-year college students.
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