The fundamental attribution error (FAE) is the tendency for people to explain someone else's behaviour on their personality or other intrinsic qualities in a given situation rather than considering the influence of the situational factors.
Elaboration involves making connections between new information and related information retrieved from prior learning
Deliberate practice: Rtitive performance of intended cognitive or psychomotor skills in a focused domain, coupled with skills assessment and feedback
Crisis Resource Management (CRM) refers to the non-technical skills required for effective teamwork in a crisis situation
Communication is a key non-technical skill for effective crisis resource management (CRM)
Collective competence is a complementary concept to individual competence that is relevant in healthcare as patient care is dependent on teams and networks of individuals working together within a complex system
Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning seeks to explain the processes that take place in the minds of learners during meaningful learning from multimedia instruction
Cognitive rigidity, or fixation, is holding onto initial explanations despite the subsequent accumulation of contrary evidence (Klein, 2011)
Don’t get me wrong, mindful practice, self-reflective practice should all be encouraged. The trouble with mindfulness is when it’s prescribed as the sole solution to a cognitive error....
George Douros discusses the trouble with M&Ms and how we can avoid the old cycle of "name/blame/shame/train".
Don't get me wrong, I am a big fan of Pat Croskerry and metacognition but I do wonder whether the rest of the medical profession has become a bit fixated on cognitive biases.
Cognitive load theory (CLT) is a theory of instructional design based on an experimentally derived model of cognitive architecture and focuses on the ease with which novel information is processed by working memory, which has limited capacity