Sandra Monteiro
Sandra Monteiro
McMaster University, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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The causes of errors in clinical reasoning: cognitive biases, knowledge deficits, and dual process thinking
GR Norman, SD Monteiro, J Sherbino, JS Ilgen, HG Schmidt, S Mamede
Academic Medicine 92 (1), 23-30, 2017
1712017
Predictable chaos: a review of the effects of emotions on attention, memory and decision making
VR LeBlanc, MM McConnell, SD Monteiro
Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2014
1452014
The etiology of diagnostic errors: a controlled trial of system 1 versus system 2 reasoning
G Norman, J Sherbino, K Dore, T Wood, M Young, W Gaissmaier, ...
Academic Medicine 89 (2), 277-284, 2014
1182014
Social anxiety in college students
C Purdon, M Antony, S Monteiro, RP Swinson
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 15 (3), 203-215, 2001
1082001
Sample size calculations: should the emperor’s clothes be off the peg or made to measure?
G Norman, S Monteiro, S Salama
Bmj 345, e5278, 2012
902012
Diagnostic Reasoning: Where We've Been, Where We're Going
S Monteiro, GR Norman
Teaching and Learning in Medicine 25 (S1), S26 - S32, 2013
632013
Is bias in the eye of the beholder? A vignette study to assess recognition of cognitive biases in clinical case workups
L Zwaan, S Monteiro, J Sherbino, J Ilgen, B Howey, G Norman
BMJ quality & safety 26 (2), 104-110, 2017
572017
Reflecting on diagnostic errors: taking a second look is not enough
SD Monteiro, J Sherbino, A Patel, I Mazzetti, GR Norman, E Howey
Journal of general internal medicine 30 (9), 1270-1274, 2015
382015
Disrupting diagnostic reasoning: do interruptions, instructions, and experience affect the diagnostic accuracy and response time of residents and emergency physicians?
SD Monteiro, JD Sherbino, JS Ilgen, KL Dore, TJ Wood, ME Young, ...
Academic Medicine 90 (4), 511-517, 2015
362015
Event-related potentials as brain correlates of item specific proportion congruent effects
JM Shedden, B Milliken, S Watter, S Monteiro
Consciousness and Cognition 22 (4), 1442-1455, 2013
192013
Is clinical cognition binary or continuous?
G Norman, S Monteiro, J Sherbino
Academic Medicine 88 (8), 1058-1060, 2013
182013
The reorganized brain: how treatment strategies for stroke and amblyopia can inform our knowledge of plasticity throughout the lifespan
MD Vida, L Vingilis‐Jaremko, BE Butler, LC Gibson, S Monteiro
Developmental psychobiology 54 (3), 357-368, 2012
182012
Examining the influence of context and professional culture on clinical reasoning through rhetorical-narrative analysis
A Peters, M Vanstone, S Monteiro, G Norman, J Sherbino, M Sibbald
Qualitative health research 27 (6), 866-876, 2017
152017
A call to investigate the relationship between education and health outcomes using big data
S Chahine, KM Kulasegaram, S Wright, S Monteiro, LEM Grierson, ...
Academic Medicine 93 (6), 829-832, 2018
132018
Critical thinking, biases and dual processing: The enduring myth of generalisable skills
S Monteiro, J Sherbino, M Sibbald, G Norman
Medical education 54 (1), 66-73, 2020
92020
The 3 faces of clinical reasoning: epistemological explorations of disparate error reduction strategies
S Monteiro, G Norman, J Sherbino
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 24 (3), 666-673, 2018
92018
The Impact of Emotion on Learners' Application of Basic Science Principles to Novel Problems.
M McConnell, S Monteiro, MM Pottruff, A Neville, GR Norman, ...
Academic Medicine 91 (11), S58-S63, 2016
92016
Eyeballing: the use of visual appearance to diagnose ‘sick’
M Sibbald, J Sherbino, I Preyra, T Coffin‐Simpson, G Norman, S Monteiro
Medical education 51 (11), 1138-1145, 2017
82017
Reflecting on reflection in diagnostic reasoning
G Norman, S Monteiro, J Sherbino
Academic Medicine, 2014
8*2014
Evaluating the effect of instruction and practice schedule on the acquisition of ECG interpretation skills
S Monteiro, L Melvin, J Manolakos, A Patel, G Norman
Perspectives on medical education 6 (4), 237-245, 2017
62017
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