Published on in Vol 26 (2024)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/52113, first published .
Assessing ChatGPT’s Mastery of Bloom’s Taxonomy Using Psychosomatic Medicine Exam Questions: Mixed-Methods Study

Assessing ChatGPT’s Mastery of Bloom’s Taxonomy Using Psychosomatic Medicine Exam Questions: Mixed-Methods Study

Assessing ChatGPT’s Mastery of Bloom’s Taxonomy Using Psychosomatic Medicine Exam Questions: Mixed-Methods Study

Journals

  1. Masters K, Benjamin J, Agrawal A, MacNeill H, Pillow M, Mehta N. Twelve tips on creating and using custom GPTs to enhance health professions education. Medical Teacher 2024:1 View
  2. Noda M, Ueno T, Koshu R, Takaso Y, Shimada M, Saito C, Sugimoto H, Fushiki H, Ito M, Nomura A, Yoshizaki T. Performance of GPT-4V in Answering the Japanese Otolaryngology Board Certification Examination Questions: Evaluation Study. JMIR Medical Education 2024;10:e57054 View
  3. Huang K. Evaluating GPT-4’s Cognitive Functions Through the Bloom Taxonomy: Insights and Clarifications. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024;26:e56997 View
  4. Herrmann-Werner A, Festl-Wietek T, Holderried F, Herschbach L, Griewatz J, Masters K, Zipfel S, Mahling M. Authors’ Reply: “Evaluating GPT-4’s Cognitive Functions Through the Bloom Taxonomy: Insights and Clarifications”. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024;26:e57778 View