Pupil diameter changes reflect difficulty and diagnostic accuracy during medical image interpretation.

Brunyé, Tad T.
Eddy, Marianna D.
Mercan, Ezgi.
Allison, Kimberly H.
Weaver, Donald L.
Elmore, Joann G.
2016

Background: No automated methods exist to objectively monitor and evaluate the diagnostic process while physicians review computerized medical images. The present study tested whether using eye tracking to monitor tonic and phasic pupil dynamics may prove valuable in tracking interpretive difficulty and predicting diagnostic accuracy.

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Brunyé, Tad, Marianna D. Eddy, Ezgi Mercan, Kimberly H. Allison, Donald L. Weaver, and Joann G. Elmore. "Pupil diameter changes reflect difficulty and diagnostic accuracy during medical image interpretation." BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 16, no. 1 (12, 2016): 1-8.
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