Niklas Keller

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Psychological heuristics are formal models for making decisions that (i) rely on core psychological capacities (e.g., recognizing patterns or recalling information frommemory), (ii) do not necessarily use all available information, and process the information they use by simple computations (e.g., ordinal comparisons or unweighted sums), and (iii) are easy(More)
BACKGROUND In Germany, a national competence based catalogue of learning objectives in medicine (NKLM) was developed by the Society for Medical Education and the Council of Medical Faculties. As many of its international counterparts the NKLM describes the qualifications of medical school graduates. The definition of such outcome frameworks indents to make(More)
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