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Cutting errors in surgery: Experience limits underestimation bias in a simulated surgical environmentMalhotra, N; Poolton, JM; Wilson, MR; Masters, RSW201284
Face validity, construct validity and training benefits of a virtual reality turp simulatorBright, E; Vine, S; Wilson, MR; Masters, RSW; Mcgrath, JS201277
Cheating experience: Guiding novices to adopt the gaze strategies of experts expedites the learning of technical laparoscopic skillsVine, SJ; Masters, RSW; Mcgrath, JS; Bright, E; Wilson, MR201258
Conscious monitoring and control (reinvestment) in surgical performance under pressureMalhotra, N; Poolton, JM; Wilson, MR; Ngo, K; Masters, RSW2012128
The role of reinvestment in performance of simulated laparoscopic surgery under time pressureMalhotra, N; Poolton, JM; Wilson, MR; Ngo, K; Masters, R201248
A comparison of evaluation, time pressure, and multitasking as stressors of psychomotor operative performancePoolton, JM; Wilson, MR; Malhotra, N; Ngo, K; Masters, RSW2011161
Gaze training enhances laparoscopic technical skill acquisition and multi-tasking performance: A randomized, controlled studyWilson, MR; Vine, SJ; Bright, E; Masters, RSW; Defriend, D; McGrath, JS2011155
Development and validation of a surgical workload measure: The surgery task load index (SURG-TLX)Wilson, MR; Poolton, JM; Malhotra, N; Ngo, K; Bright, E; Masters, RSW2011134
Perceptual impairment and psychomotor control in virtual laparoscopic surgeryWilson, MR; McGrath, JS; Vine, SJ; Brewer, J; Defriend, D; Masters, RSW2011195
Implicit motor learning promotes neural efficiency during laparoscopyZhu, FF; Poolton, JM; Wilson, MR; Hu, Y; Maxwell, JP; Masters, RSW2011144
Neural co-activation as a yardstick of implicit motor learning and the propensity for conscious control of movementZhu, FF; Poolton, JM; Wilson, MR; Maxwell, JP; Masters, RSW2011174
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