Information need in medical diagnosis: urgency, etiology, and information seeking questions

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 316 pages
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allow a rejection asked under Etiology Base conditions BASE PROBLEM canonical correlation coefficient Causal Antecedent CHAPTER clinical coded COEFFICIENTS FOR MEGA Concept Completion questions data analysis decision dependent variable Dervin et diagnostic approach discussion Disjunctive education and experience Elstein et al.'s taxonomy etiologic information Etiology and Base Etiology and Urgency Etiology conditions Etiology Urgency Etiology/Urgency conditions experimental Family Practice Feature Specification Findings for Hypothesis Gender Graesser et al Higher values hypotheses important things indicated information need information requests Information Science information seeking questions information studies information-seeking questions investigator Ipecac know in order knowledge Library and Information medical problem solving Medical School Mega X MIT's need to know number of questions pain patient physicians planned contrast Post Graduate post hoc preliminary diagnosis presented pretesting problem attributes Program Internal Medicine Pure examples Graesser Quantification questions question asking question categories rejection of null relationship between problem repeated measures design research question Residency Program Internal Roy's Greatest Root semantic function significant correlation significantly more Quantification significantly more Verification Sprafka Squared canonical correlation STANDARDIZED CANONICAL COEFFICIENTS statistical Stavri subject attributes subject received supported with data technique theory University of Wisconsin Urgency and Etiology/Urgency Urgency conditions Verification questions vignettes Zweizig

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