Help analyzing "mere exposure effect" during all DEM

Shadia Constantine shadiasconstantine at GMAIL.COM
Thu Jun 14 02:02:27 UTC 2018


Our delegation from Japan (Sapporo Tokushukai Hospital) is preparing to submit abstracts and attend DEM 2018 in New Orleans.  We are very excited about it. 

While looking for cases, we asked the following questions:

1- What kinds of cognitive bias clinical examples have been presented as posters in all the DEM conferences? 

2- Are there any missing clinical examples of cognitive biases worth looking for? 

3- A systematic review of MEDLINE and Cochrane Library showed that the most frequently published cognitive biases/personality traits included overconfidence, lower tolerance to risk, anchoring effect, information and availability biases.   How does this information compare with the types of cognitive biases presented at DEM sessions? 

We were wondering if these questions have been answered before.  We think it is important to explore our own exposure to certain types of information during DEM. 

If we have this info already analyzed, could we have access to it? 

if the information has not been analyzed and presented, could we do it for the next DEM?

Thank you very much for your response. 


Shadia Constantine and the Tokushukai team. 

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