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B = f (P, E)

Residency Program Alert, March 1, 2016

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B = f (P, E). Pretty, isn't it?

In 1936, Kurt Lewin, PhD, a German-American psychologist, proposed this formula as a way to describe what determines behavior. It translates into "Behavior is a function of the person and his or her environment." The formula is pretty well known in the circles of social, organizational, and applied psychology; however, it is probably not so widely known about within our residency coordinator groups.

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