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Volume 21 Issue 6 (March 1991), Pages 433-523

Prevocational Experience and Postentry Behavior: Occupational Influences on Job Attitudes and Turnover (pages 508-523)

The effect of prevocational contact on postentry behavior was studied using a sample of staff nurses. The results indicated that those nurses who had prevocational contact with the nursing occupation had different conceptions of the nursing role and more positive work attitudes than those who did not have prevocational contact with the profession. The groups. however, did not differ with respect to turnover.

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