Presentation 2000/9/28
The Effect of Knowledge Levels and Presentation Modalities on the Extraction of Meanings in Nursing Action.
Tomoko Shiraishi, Hirofumi Saito, Hisashi Masuda,
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Abstract(in English) Two experiments were carried out in order to explore the effects of nursing knowledge (expert vs. novice) and information types (audio-visual vs. visual vs. auditory presentation) on the memory of the action and/or explanation of a nursing scene when actions and narration were presented on video. The studies examined whether parricipants' knowledge levels affect the scores of recall and recognition test, which probes the impact of three types of information (AV, V, and A presentation). When visual information was not predictable and participants had a higher level of nursing knowledge, it was found that knowledge levels play a role in activating the meanings of the action of a nursing scene. When the performance of experts and novices was compared, it was found that experts were better at grasping the important aspects of nursing actions without the guidance of verbal explanations.
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Keyword(in English) Action / Nursing / Narration / Memory / Audio-Visual presentation
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Title (in English) The Effect of Knowledge Levels and Presentation Modalities on the Extraction of Meanings in Nursing Action.
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Keyword(1) Action
Keyword(2) Nursing
Keyword(3) Narration
Keyword(4) Memory
Keyword(5) Audio-Visual presentation
1st Author's Name Tomoko Shiraishi
1st Author's Affiliation Aichi Prefectural College of Nursing and Health()
2nd Author's Name Hirofumi Saito
2nd Author's Affiliation Nagoya University
3rd Author's Name Hisashi Masuda
3rd Author's Affiliation Nagoya University
Date 2000/9/28
Paper # HIP2000-29
Volume (vol) vol.100
Number (no) 331
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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