smaller fraction of the behavioral science workforce. This conjecture is supported reasonably well by data from the National Survey of College Graduates that indicate that about 8 percent of the doctorates in behavioral science fields were foreign citizens who received their degrees from American institutions.

References

Finn, Michael, and Leigh Ann Pennington 1994 Foreign Nationals Who Receive Science or Engineering Ph.D.s from U.S. Universities: Stay Rates and Characteristics of Stayers . Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education.


National Research Council (NRC) 1995 Summary Report 1993. Doctorate Recipients from United States Universities. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

National Science Foundation (NSF) 1994 1993 National Survey of College Graduates, Special Tabulation. Arlington, VA: NSF.



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