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Brezis M, Orkin-Bedolach Y, Fink D, Kiderman A. J Patient Saf. 2016 Jan 11; [Epub ahead of print].
Investigators presented medical students and physicians at three university medical centers with a clinical vignette to explore levels of confidence, accuracy, and comfort with admitting a mistake. Physicians had higher levels of confidence but less accuracy compared to medical students, and they were less willing to admit making an error. There was a weak association between overconfidence and discomfort with error disclosure.