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Mohammadreza Hojat, PhD

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1025 Walnut Street, Suite 119
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-9459
(215) 923-6939 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. In Reply to Quinn and Zelenski
  2. Evaluating the relationship between participation in student-run free clinics and changes in empathy in medical students
  3. Standardized Patient Assessment of Medical Student Empathy: Ethnicity and Gender Effects in a Multi-Institutional Study
  4. Iranian College Students’ Attitudes Toward Premarital Sex, Marriage, and Family Before and After the Islamic Revolution
  5. Viewpoint of nurses on inter-professional relationship between nurses and doctors
  6. Assessments of empathy in medical school admissions: what additional evidence is needed?
  7. Residents' and standardized patients' perspectives on empathy: Issues of agreement
  8. Correlates and changes in empathy and attitudes toward interprofessional collaboration in osteopathic medical students
  9. Enhancing and sustaining empathy in medical students
  10. Personality assessments and outcomes in medical education and the practice of medicine: AMEE Guide No. 79
  11. Psychostimulant drug abuse and personality factors in medical students
  12. Editorial: Empathy and Health Care Quality
  13. Psychometrics of the scale of attitudes toward physician-pharmacist collaboration: A study with medical students
  14. Physician lifelong learning: Conceptualization, measurement, and correlates in full-time clinicians, academic clinicians, and medical students
  15. Measurement and correlates of empathy among female Japanese physicians
  16. The Jefferson Scale of Physician Empathy: A preliminary psychometric study and group comparisons in Korean physicians
  17. Impact of a workshop about aging on the empathy scores of pharmacy and medical students
  18. Medical education, social accountability and patient outcomes
  19. The Empathy Enigma: An Empirical Study of Decline in Empathy Among Undergraduate Nursing Students
  20. The relationship between physician empathy and disease complications: An empirical study of primary care physicians and their diabetic patients in Parma, Italy