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Name: JAMA network open
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This is a multi-site study to examine error-related brain activity (i.e., the error-related negativity) and anxiety symptoms in 11 to 14 year-olds (N=600) at two time points separated by t...
Diagnostic error, Dual process model of reasoning) During the last decade, much emphasis has been placed on system solutions to patient safety problems. However, diagnostic error, despite ...
Self evaluating tools based on smartphone devices are public available on the market for each person. The tools are used to estimate the existing refractive error for each eye of a patient...
Inducing a systematic perturbation forces on the hand during arm reaching movement may improve adaptation. Error-augmentation (EA) training is relatively new concept in motor learning inte...
Diagnostic error and delay remain a leading cause of preventable harm and death in the United States. Using a learning laboratory structure, researchers will implement mixed-methods resear...
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Trial-and-error methods of problem-solving used when an algorithmic approach is impractical