Advanced Models of Cognition for Medical Training and by Mario Stefanelli, Marco Ramoni (auth.), David A. Evans,

By Mario Stefanelli, Marco Ramoni (auth.), David A. Evans, Vimla L. Patel (eds.)

Cognitive technology is a multidisciplinary technological know-how focused on figuring out and using types of cognition. It has spawned an excellent dealof examine on purposes corresponding to professional structures and clever tutoring structures, and has interacted heavily with mental examine. despite the fact that, it really is typically authorised that it's tricky to use cognitive-scientific types to scientific education and perform. This ebook relies on a NATO complicated study Workshop held in Italy in 1991, the aim of which was once to envision the influence ofmodels of cognition on scientific education and perform and to stipulate destiny learn programmes pertaining to cognition and schooling, and particularly to think about the aptitude impression of cognitive technological know-how on clinical education and perform. an immense discovery offered within the e-book is that the examine components on the topic of synthetic intelligence, cognitive psychology, and scientific choice making are significantly nearer, either conceptually and theoretically, than some of the workshop contributors initially thought.

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As stated above, in my epistemological model perception is considered as a form of automatic abduction. 4 Is Medical Reasoning Abductive? In accordance with the epistemological model previously illustrated, medical reasoning may be broken down into two different phases: first, patient data is abstracted and used to select hypotheses, that is hypothetical solutions of the patient's problem (selective abduction phase); second, these hypotheses provide the starting conditions for forecasts of expected consequences which should be compared to the patient's data in order to evaluate (corroborate or eliminaie) those hypotheses from which they come (deduction-induction cycle).

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