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Korean J Med Educ > Volume 22(2); 2010 > Article
Korean Journal of Medical Education 2010;22(2): 141-148. doi: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.2010.22.2.141
의과대학생의 나의식-우리의식과 대인관계문제와의 관련성
양은배1, 전우택1, 류숙희2
1연세의대 의학교육학과
2두뇌한국21 연세의과학사업단
The Relationship between the Level of I-conscousness We-consciousness and Interpersonal Problems of Korean Medical Students
Eunbae B. Yang1, Wootack Jeon1, Sook-hee Ryue2
1Department of Medical Education, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.
2Brain Korea 21 Project for Yonsei Medical Science, Seoul, Korea.
Corresponding Author: Sook-hee Ryue, Tel: 02-2228-2513, Fax: 02-364-5450, Email: ryueedu@yuhs.ac
Received: January 29, 2010;   Revised: March 16, 2010;  Accepted: March 17, 2010.
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE: In Korea, students should have the consciousness of 'I' and 'we' to adapt well in society. Medical students in Korea must develop interpersonal and intrapersonal characteristics that are in accordance with Korean culture. This study intends to determine the relationship between the level of I-consciousness/we-consciousness and interpersonal problems in medical students. METHODS: The I-consciousness/we-consciousness Inventory and the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems were used for 212 first year medical students and 191 second year medical students at Yonsei University College of Medicine in 2008. RESULTS: The levels of I-consciousness/we-consciousness and interpersonal problems in medical students were higher than those of other general college students. There was a significant inverse correlation between the level of I-consciousness/we-consciousness and interpersonal problems for 118 of 130 factors. The higher the level of I-consciousness/we-consciousness in medical students is, the fewer interpersonal problems there are. CONCLUSION: Educational programs that take into account the consciousness of 'I' and 'we' are useful for the development of medical students' personalities.
Keywords: Consciousness;Interpersonal relations;Medical students;Personality
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