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Clinical Reasoning and Sports Medicine-Application of Hypothetico- Deductive Model

Senthil P Kumar
2013 Journal of Sports Medicine & Doping Studies  
Citation: Kumar SP, Kumar A, Sisodia V (2013) Clinical Reasoning and Sports Medicine-Application of Hypothetico-Deductive Model. J Sports Med Doping Stud 3: e128.  ...  Hypothetico-deductive model of clinical reasoning was proposed by Mark Jones and it involves the self-reflection and informed clinical decision making process of generating and testing hypotheses in association  ...  Introduction Hypothetico-deductive model of clinical reasoning was proposed by Mark Jones and it involves the self-reflection and informed clinical decision making process of generating and testing hypotheses  ... 
doi:10.4172/2161-0673.1000e128 fatcat:vjgdrtuzjvcjrobpisfcql6sgy

Management of an Atypical Ankle Sprain Patient through Hypothetico Deductive Reasoning Model of Clinical Reasoning Implemented by Interantional Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: A Case Study

Mohammad Habibur Rahman
2016 International Journal of Physiotherapy  
This process is known as hypothetico deductive reasoning.  ...  deductive reasoning model of clinical reasoning.  ...  This process was known as hypothetico deductive reasoning. In fact, it is a model of clinical reasoning oriented in medical research.  ... 
doi:10.15621/ijphy/2016/v3i3/100824 fatcat:lozsytw3mrajvaxn27aucl2cfq

The Role of Argumentation in Hypothetico-Deductive Reasoning During Problem-Based Learning in Medical Education: A Conceptual Framework

Hyunjung Ju, Ikseon Choi
2017 Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning  
One of the important goals of problem-based learning (PBL) in medical education is to enhance medical students' clinical reasoning-hypothetico-deductive reasoning (HDR) in particular-through small group  ...  Th e hypothetico-deductive reasoning process. Adapted from Barrows, 1994 .  ...  Hypothetico-deductive reasoning is a scientifi c reasoning approach widely used in the fi eld of science (Lawson, 2000; Patel et al., 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.7771/1541-5015.1638 fatcat:aahz4tzvhbdhxgdti5gekpx7ei

Middle School Students' Evaluation of Scientific Information: From the Perspective of Hypothetico-deductive Reasoning
가설-연역적 추론 관점에서 본 중학생의 과학적 정보 평가 양상

Eun Mi Lee, Nam-Hwa Kang
2014 Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education  
The purpose of this study is to find out how middle school students evaluate scientific information in terms of hypothetico-deductive reasoning.  ...  The test includes six topics related to scientific or pseudoscientific information, and questions about each topic were sequenced based on a hypothetico-deductive reasoning.  ... 
doi:10.14697/jkase.2014.34.4.0375 fatcat:vlmk2qpprvb5datexvjsargqae

Teaching clinical reasoning through hypothetico-deduction is (slightly) better than self-explanation in tutorial groups: An experimental study

Ahmed Al Rumayyan, Nasr Ahmed, Reem Al Subait, Ghassan Al Ghamdi, Moeber Mohammed Mahzari, Tarig Awad Mohamed, Jerome I. Rotgans, Mustafa Donmez, Silvia Mamede, Henk G. Schmidt
2018 Perspectives on Medical Education  
The present study compared the effects on diagnostic performance of self-explanation in small groups with the more commonly used hypothetico-deductive approach.  ...  Results Students in the hypothetico-deduction condition outperformed those in the self-explanation condition (mean = 0.22, standard deviation = 0.14, mean = 0.17; standard deviation = 0.12; F(1, 88) =  ...  In conclusion, the much-used hypothetico-deductive method for teaching clinical reasoning did relatively well in our study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40037-018-0409-x pmid:29484551 pmcid:PMC5889380 fatcat:43adl2uplba2lg4ujo2jrzv2tm

Do medical students generate sound arguments during small group discussions in problem-based learning?: an analysis of preclinical medical students' argumentation according to a framework of hypothetico-deductive reasoning

Hyunjung Ju, Ikseon Choi, Bo Young Yoon
2017 Korean Journal of Medical Education  
Purpose: Hypothetico-deductive reasoning (HDR) is an essential learning activity and a learning outcome in problem-based learning (PBL).  ...  HDR: Hypothetico-deductive reasoning. framework for analyzing students' argumentation according to each phase of HDR [14] .  ...  Many medical schools have adopted a problem-based learning (PBL) method to enhance students' clinical reasoning skills, particularly hypothetico-deductive reasoning (HDR) skills, that helps students develop  ... 
doi:10.3946/kjme.2017.57 pmid:28597873 pmcid:PMC5465438 fatcat:r23invadhbgezarikmodfuzvzi

Pengaruh Penerapan Hypothetico-Deductive Reasoning Dalam Learning Cycle Terhadap Keterampilan Proses Sains Dan Pemahaman Konsep Siswa 1)

Bioedukatika, Yohn Ardiyansyah, Paidi, Smk Ypkk, Sleman, Fmipa, Universitas Negeri, Yogyakarta Surat
2017 unpublished
Kata kunci: hypothetico-deductive reasoning (HDR), siklus belajar, keterampilan proses sains (KPS), pemahaman konsep ABSTRACT The immersion of hypothetico-deductive reasoning (HDR) application in the learning  ...  The reasearch aims to discover impression of hypothetico-deductive reasoning (HDR) application in the learning cycle to science process skill and concepts understanding.  ...  Berdasarkan uraian tersebut maka perlu dilakukan analisis mengenai bukti-bukti empiris yang menunjukkan pengaruh penerapan hypothetico-deductive reasoning dalam model siklus belajar terhadap keterampilan  ... 
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Diagnostic reasoning strategies and diagnostic success

S Coderre, H Mandin, P H Harasym, G H Fick
2003 Medical Education  
Compared to hypothetico-deductive reasoning, the odds of diagnostic success were significantly greater when subjects used the diagnostic strategies of pattern recognition and scheme-inductive reasoning  ...  Results Using logistic regression analysis, the study found that there is a relationship between diagnostic reasoning strategy and the likelihood of diagnostic success.  ...  with hypothetico-deductive reasoning.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2923.2003.01577.x pmid:12895249 fatcat:xkgoi356mvcn5mcyxclrttliry

Page 601 of American Anthropologist Vol. 79, Issue 3 [page]

1977 American Anthropologist  
This argument of confirmation can be seen to be inductive rather than deductive for the simple reason that even if all of the premises (observational predictions) of the argument are demonstrated to be  ...  This argument, consisting of a hypothesis and initial conditions as premises and a test implication as conclusion must, in the hypothetico-deductive method, be a deductive rather than an inductive type  ... 

Page 228 of American Anthropologist Vol. 66, Issue 3 [page]

1964 American Anthropologist  
The hypothetico-deductive inference paradigm should be challenged not only because it is an inaccurate view of the scientific process, but also because the hypothetico-deductive myth interacts with other  ...  This formulation errs in equating the scope of science with the logic of testing hypothetico-deductive hypotheses.  ... 

Transforming Problem-Based Learning through Abductive Reasoning

Noeman Mirza, Noori Akhtar-Danesh, Charlotte Noesgaard, Lynn Martin, Carolyn Byrne
2017 Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière  
Hypothesis Generation in Hypothetico-Deductive Reasoning The thinking process in PBL is based on hypothetico-deductive reasoning (Barrows & Tamblyn, 1980) .  ...  This is different from hypothetico-deductive reasoning, which focuses on hypothesis testing.  ... 
doi:10.17483/2368-6669.1121 fatcat:3dsxp2ftnvewbeuz6uzcrt2fay

COGNITIVE SCHEMES FOR CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC REASONING BY MEDICAL STUDENTS

Rehan Ahmed Khan Sadia Chaudhry
2020 Zenodo  
Keywords: Cognitive schemes, clinical diagnostic reasoning, system 1, system 2, pattern recognition, hypothetico-deductive reasoning.  ...  Hypothetical deductive reasoning (system 2) was followed by borderline students. However, most strategies of reasoning were uniformly distributed among high achievers and borderline students.  ...  When students enter a medical college, they are encouraged to follow a hypothetico-deductive approach to reason. Hypothetico-deductive reasoning is slow.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4072576 fatcat:v7mka5m4mfccnoodpucjes7tsm

Clinical Reasoning in Athletic Training Education: Modeling Expert Thinking

Paul R. Geisler, Todd W. Lazenby
2009 Athletic Training Education Journal  
Practical suggestions for the implementation of clinical reasoning in athletic training are presented.  ...  As AT's professional scope and credibility expand, the process of teaching, fostering, and evaluating clinical reasoning is paramount for AT educators.  ...  If students know what hypothetico-deductive reasoning reasoning processing.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1947-380x-4.2.52 fatcat:arosvuugnvfjxceil7t5thi5cm

A concept analysis of abductive reasoning

Noeman A. Mirza, Noori Akhtar-Danesh, Charlotte Noesgaard, Lynn Martin, Eric Staples
2014 Journal of Advanced Nursing  
In addition to deductive and inductive reasoning, abductive reasoning is not recognized even in prominent nursing knowledge development literature.  ...  As a new approach, abductive reasoning could enhance reasoning abilities of novice clinicians.  ...  Hypothetico-deductive reasoning While 'deductive reasoning' (i.e. deduction) derives a particular conclusion from a general premise, 'inductive reasoning' (i.e. induction) derives a general conclusion  ... 
doi:10.1111/jan.12379 pmid:24621130 fatcat:t5ms72ebqbhkhhzixblwobfz6q

Relation between Manual Rotation and Abductive Reasoning in Q-Methodology

Noori Akhtar-Danesh, Noeman Mirza
2017 Open Journal of Social Sciences  
same as rotating factors based on adductive reasoning principle.  ...  Abductive reasoning is a method of hypothesis generation while manual rotation is a method of hypothesis testing.  ...  He suggested that science can only be accomplished through hypothetico-deductive reasoning.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jss.2017.53017 fatcat:lcpu26fsnrcqnghuevxkmfoy64
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