The processing and interpretation of feedback by PhD candidates
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
Faculty of Education and Arts
This study takes a close look at the characteristics of the feedback received by PhD candidates and explores how they then interpret that feedback. Over 200 PhD candidates participated in the study by providing data over a six month period using a custom-built Internet-interfaced database. Each candidate completed a self-concept test both at the beginning and again at the end of this period. In between, they completed an 'e-diary' in which they recorded data about every feedback interaction that they experienced over the six months. From the data collected, the Researcher developed a model showing how feedback is processed and the effect that this process has on PhD candidates.
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Gliddon, J. P. (2007). The processing and interpretation of feedback by PhD candidates. https://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/312