The impact of visual scanning in the laparoscopic environment after engaging in strain coping

  • Klein M
  • DeLucia P
  • Olmstead R
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Abstract

We aimed to determine whether visual scanning has a detrimental impact on the monitoring of critical signals and the performance of a concurrent laparoscopic training task after participants engaged in Hockey's strain coping. Strain coping refers to straining cognitive (attentional) resources joined with latent decrements (i.e., stress).

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  • critical signal detection
  • laparoscopic surgery
  • minimally invasive surgery
  • perceptual-motor distortion
  • vigilance

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Authors

  • Martina I. Klein

  • Patricia R. DeLucia

  • Ryan Olmstead

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