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- Feedback and the illusion of validity in a medical clinic.Med. Decision Making. 1981; 1: 115-123
- Interpretation by physicians of clinical laboratory results.N. Engl. J. Med. 1978; 299: 999-1000
- Using multiple tests: Series and parallel approaches.Clin. Lab. Med. 1982; 2: 871-890
- Physicians’ use of probabilistic information in a real clinical setting.J. Exp. Psychol. [Hum. Percep.]. 1981; 7: 928-935
- Two studies of good clinical judgment.Med. Decision Making. 1982; 2: 275-283
- Geographical variation in disease presentation.Med. Decision Making. 1981; 1: 59-69
- How to read clinical journals: II. To learn about a diagnostic test.Can. Med. Assoc. J. 1981; 124: 703-710
- A second look at the utility of radiographic skull examination for trauma.Am. J. Radiol. 1979; 132: 95-97
- Heuristics and biases in medical decision making.J. Med. Educ. 1978; 53: 682-683
- Confidence in judgment: Persistence of the illusion of validity.Psychol. Rev. 1978; 85: 395-416
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- Clinical judgement: Psychological research and medical practice.Science. 1976; 194: 696-700
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- Assessment of patients’ preferences for therapeutic outcomes.Med. Decision Making. 1981; 1: 29-39
- A databank for the clinician?.N. Engl. J. Med. 1976; 294: 1400-1402
- Incremental value of the exercise test for diagnosing the presence or absence of coronary artery disease.Circulation. 1982; 66: 945-954
- Selection and interpretion of diagnostic tests and procedures.Ann. Intern. Med. 1981; 94: 567
- The hazards of bedside Bayes.J.A.M.A. 1981; 246: 2602-2605
- The toss-up.N. Engl. J. Med. 1981; 305: 1467-1469
- Do those who know more also know more about how much they know?.Org. Behav. Hum. Perform. 1977; 20: 159-183
- Primer on certain elements of medical decision making.N. Engl. J. Med. 1975; 293: 211-215
- Speech and survival. Tradeoffs between quality and quantity of life in laryngeal cancer.N. Engl. J. Med. 1981; 305: 982-987
- Therapeutic decision making: A cost-benefit analysis.N. Engl. J. Med. 1975; 293: 229-234
- The threshold approach to clinical decision making.N. Engl. J. Med. 1980; 302: 1109-1117
- The limited spectrum of patients studied in exercise test research. Analyzing the tip of the iceberg.J.A.M.A. 1982; 28: 2467-2470
- Decision analysis and clinical judgment.Med. Decision Making. 1981; 1: 361-389
- Is decision analysis useful in clinical medicine?.YaleJ. Biol. Med. 1976; 49: 165-168
- A new information system for medical practice.Arch. Intern. Med. 1975; 135: 1017-1024
- Once to every man … an introduction.Med. Decision Making. 1981; 1: 1-3
- Decision analysis: A look at the chief complaints.N. Engl. J. Med. 1979; 300: 556-569
- Likelihood ratios as a measure of the diagnostic usefulness of excretory urogram information.Radiology. 1975; 114: 561-565
- Judgement under uncertainty. Heuristics and biases.Science. 1975; 185: 1124-1131
- The framing of decisions and the psychology of choice.Science. 1981; 211: 243-258
- Physician and medical student bias in evaluating diagnostic information.Med. Decision Making. 1981; 1: 145-164
- Clinical Decision Analysis.W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia1980
- Psychiatric resident knowledge of diagnostic testing principles.Arch. Gen. Psychiatry. 1982; 39 (letter): 1218-1219
- Measuring physicians’ thresholds for ordering coronary arteriography.Clin. Res. 1983; 31: 306A
This work was undertaken while the authors were Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Fellows in General Internal Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.