Psychological Research on Diagnostic Reasoning
Diagnostic problems in clinical medicine are approached by collecting detailed information and drawing inferences about the underlying causes. The clinical interview is a fruitful source of data but, like other sources, its findings are not self-explanatory; rather, they are understood by processes of judgment and reasoning.
KeywordsDiagnostic Problem Diagnostic Reasoning Clinical Prediction Rule Drawing Inference Fruitful Source
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