Mechanism of satisfaction of search: eye position recordings in the reading of chest radiographs.

@article{Samuel1995MechanismOS,
  title={Mechanism of satisfaction of search: eye position recordings in the reading of chest radiographs.},
  author={Sony Samuel and Harold L. Kundel and Calvin F. Nodine and Lawrence C Toto},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={194 3},
  pages={895-902}
}
PURPOSE To use the eye position recordings of observers as they read chest images to advance understanding of the mechanism of "satisfaction of search," a phenomenon in which the detection of one abnormality interferes with the detection of other abnormalities. MATERIALS AND METHODS Eight radiologists examined chest images that contained simulated pulmonary nodules and native abnormalities. Accuracy in detecting nodules and native abnormalities and eye position, gaze duration, and total… CONTINUE READING

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