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Title: Fostering perceptual skills in medical diagnosis
Authors: Jarodzka, Halszka
Balslev, Thomas
Holmqvist, Kenneth
Nyström, Marcus
Scheiter, Katharina
Gerjets, Peter
Eika, Berit
Keywords: eye tracking
instructional design
example-based learning
medical education
Issue Date: Sep-2010
Abstract: Perceptually demanding tasks, like diagnosing seizures based on patient video cases, not only require the acquisition of conceptual but also of perceptual skills; like visually searching and interpreting relevant features. Showing the eye movements of a didactically behaving expert conveyed perceptual skills in a perceptually demanding, but conceptually simple task. The current study applied this method to medical education – a conceptually complex task – by example videos, which were verbally explained by an expert. In addition the experimental groups saw a display of the expert's eye movements recorded, while he performed the task. Results show that blurring non-attended areas of the expert guides the attention of the students during example study, leads to enhanced visual search and interpretation of relevant features in contrast to displaying attended areas as a circle and to a control group without attention guidance. Thus, spotlight attention guidance fosters learning of perceptual skills in medical diagnosis.
Description: Jarodzka, H., Balslev, T., Holmqvist, K., Nyström, M., Scheiter, K., Gerjets, P., & Eika, B. (2010, August). Fostering perceptual skills in medical diagnosis. Meeting of the EARLI SIG6/7 Instructional Design and Learning and Instruction with Computers, Ulm, Germany.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2918
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