News Update on Students’ Attitudes Research: Jan – 2020
Students’ attitudes; a report of the Syracuse University reaction study.
This is a comprehensive study of student attitudes supported the Reaction Study at Syracuse University in 1926. The authors indicate factors pertaining to the local situation in light of the meantime and also contributions to the broader interests. the issues involved in questionnaire procedure and attitude studies are clearly discussed and therefore the facts interpreted within the light of an equivalent . the subsequent factors are studied in detail: reasons for coming to college; selecting a particular college and remaining in same; college activities; curricular work; personal ideals of students; need for private advice; choosing a vocation; fraternities; snobbishness; cribbing; co-education and moral standards of the sexes; religious beliefs; religious observances and attitudes towards churches; and changes in religious beliefs and practices during college life. The religious factors investigated are based upon the school of humanistic discipline group only. 
University Students’ Attitudes Towards Entrepreneurship: A Two Countries Comparison
There is general agreement that attitudes towards the entrepreneur, entrepreneurial activity, and its affair are determinant factors for university students to make a decision an entrepreneurial career.
This empirical study aims at assessing and comparing the attitudes of university students towards entrepreneurship and enterprise formation in Catalonia and Puerto Rico, employing a sample of 837 and 435 students, respectively.
Results reveal a positive entrepreneur’s image. Both samples have a positive perception of desirability of latest venture creation, although the perception of feasibility is far and away not so positive and only alittle percentage has the firm intention to make a replacement company. 
Higher Education Students’ Attitudes to Student-centred Learning: Beyond ‘educational bulimia’?
If education is to be truly student-centred, students should be consulted about the method of learning and teaching. Moreover, within the present education climate, it’s imperative that institutions move from an ‘inside out’ approach, where those on the within ‘know’ what’s best, to an ‘outside in’ approach where customers’ expectations are researched and serviced. The research reported here investigated education students’ perceptions of and attitudes to student-centred learning. Two studies were conducted, employing the complementary methods of qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis. the primary study involved focus groups while the second involved an online questionnaire. Results showed that students generally held very positive views of student-centred learning. 
Medical student bias and care recommendations for an obese versus non-obese virtual patient
Objective: This study examined the independent effect of a patient’s weight on medical students’ attitudes, beliefs and interpersonal behavior toward the patient, additionally to the clinical recommendations they create for her care.
Design: a complete of 76 clinical-level medical students were randomly assigned to interact with a digital, virtual female patient who was visibly either obese or non-obese.
Methods: Interactions with the patient happened in an immersive virtual (virtual reality) clinical environment that allowed standardization of all patient behaviors and characteristics apart from weight. Visual contact behavior was automatically recorded during the interaction. Afterward, participants filled out A battery of self-report questionnaires. 
Nursing, Midwifery and Medical Students’ Attitudes toward Induced Abortion in Manisa, Turkey
Introduction: abortion , defined as terminating pregnancy intentionally by medical intervention, has been discussed for hundreds of years thanks to its medical, religious, moral, sociological and reproductive aspects.
Objective: the aim of this study was to investigates nursing, midwifery and medical students’ attitudes towards abortion and therefore the variables affecting these attitudes.
Materials and Methods: The study sample included 180 students. All participants need to undergo from three different questionnaire sets: first one is predicated on socio-demographic aspects with 9 questions; other is said to inventory attitude questionnaire towards abortion with 12 questions and eventually the third questionnaire is on knowledge of abortion with 14 questions. Now all the info are calculated statistically with calculation number distribution, chi square test and logistic regression. 
 Katz, D., Allport, F.H. and Jenness, M.B., 1931. Students’ attitudes; a report of the Syracuse University reaction study. (Web Link)
 Veciana, J.M., Aponte, M. and Urbano, D., 2005. University students’ attitudes towards entrepreneurship: A two countries comparison. The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 1(2), (Web Link)
 Lea, S.J., Stephenson, D. and Troy, J., 2003. Higher education students’ attitudes to student-centred learning: beyond’educational bulimia’?. Studies in higher education, 28(3), (Web Link)
 Medical student bias and care recommendations for an obese versus non-obese virtual patient
S Persky & C P Eccleston
International Journal of Obesity volume 35, (Web Link)
 Ozmen, D., Bolsoy, N., Çetinkaya, A., Ulaş, S. and Özyurt, B. (2018) “Nursing, Midwifery and Medical Students’ Attitudes toward Induced Abortion in Manisa, Turkey”, Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, 25(12), (Web Link)