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  • More Than One Way: Fifth-Graders’ Varied Digital Reading Behaviors and Comprehension Outcomes

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed12/02/2024Vanderbilt University

    Digital reading is ubiquitous, yet understanding digital reading processes and links to comprehension remains underdeveloped. Guided by new literacies and active reading theories, this study explored the reading behaviors and comprehension of thirteen fifth graders who read static digital texts. We coded for the quantity and quality of digital reading behaviors and employed action path […]

  • Emerging biometric methodologies for human behaviour measurement in applied sensory and consumer science

    GatedPeer-Reviewed01/02/2023iSENSE Lab, Aarhus University + 4

    This chapter covers some of the most popular emerging technologies used for measuring human behaviour in applied sensory and consumer science. Here, we focus on eye-tracking (ET) technology, electrodermal activity (EDA) or skin conductance, facial expression analysis (FEA) and electroencephalography (EEG), all of which can be employed to explore the underlying and at times unconscious […]

  • Granting a Better Verdict of the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) With New Technologies

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed01/01/2023Tecnologico de Monterrey

    There are millions of people in the world who have been diagnosed with dementia and this condition not only directly affects the patient, but also their family members and caregivers; That is why it is sought to have a verdict in which it can be reliably seen if a person suffers from dementia. The way […]

  • Machine learning for distinguishing saudi children with and without autism via eye-tracking data

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed30/09/2023Autism Center, King Faisal Specialists Hospital and Research Center + 4

    Background Despite the prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) globally, there’s a knowledge gap pertaining to autism in Arabic nations. Recognizing the need for validated biomarkers for ASD, our study leverages eye-tracking technology to understand gaze patterns associated with ASD, focusing on joint attention (JA) and atypical gaze patterns during face perception. While previous studies […]

  • Evaluation of bicyclist physiological response and visual attention in commercial vehicle loading zones

    GatedPeer-Reviewed16/12/2023Oregon State University + 4

    Introduction With growing freight operations throughout the world, there is a push for transportation systems to accommodate trucks during loading and unloading operations. Currently, many urban locations do not provide loading and unloading zones, which results in trucks parking in places that obstruct bicyclist’s roadway infrastructure (e.g., bicycle lanes). Method To understand the implications of […]

  • A Comparative Study of Real and Virtual Environment via Psychological and Physiological Responses

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed27/12/2023Universitat Politècnica de València + 2

    Currently, immersive virtual environments (IVE) are widely used in fields such as architecture and environmental psychology. These simulated environments allow for a detailed evaluation of how different designs impact users’ perception and interaction with the built environment, under controlled conditions and without incurring high costs. The validity of these IVEs is related to their capacity […]

  • Systematic Evaluation of Driver’s Behavior: A Multimodal Biometric Study

    GatedPeer-Reviewed09/07/2023University of Padua + 2

    Abstract Complex traffic areas and high cognitive workload while driving are leading contributors to traffic crashes. Even though cognitive workload and stress have been previously assessed through various neurophysiological responses, they are rarely characterized simultaneously, limiting the triangulation of behavioral metrics (like drivers’ visual attention and facial coding) with physiological measures to investigate their interplay. […]

  • Using facial emotion recognition to research emotional phases in an inquiry-based science activity

    GatedPeer-Reviewed09/07/2023Complutense University of Madrid + 3

    Background Observational and declarative approaches applied by human observers have dominated the study of emotions, engagement, and attention. However, these approaches are susceptible to biases such as social desirability. Additionally, declarative approach cannot measure these parameters in real-time. Purpose This study aims to apply Facial Emotion Recognition (FER) technology in an inquiry-based activity to address […]

  • Children and overtourism: a cognitive neuroscience experiment to reflect on exposure and behavioural consequences

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed31/03/2023University of Split + 3

    As tourism research has paid limited attention to children, this study investigates children’s reactions to tourism development, focusing on their unique viewpoints on the World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik, Croatia. It employed cognitive neuroscience methods with 397 participants, revealing that, despite their preference for sustainable tourism scenarios, children exhibit a notable fixation on images emblematic […]

  • Visual Analysis and Recognition of Virtual Reality Resolution Based on Pupil Response and Galvanic Skin Response

    GatedPeer-Reviewed17/10/2023University of Science and Technology of China

    The ability to efficiently assess the resolution of VR videos is critical for the implementation and advertising of VR products. Pupil responses and Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) are direct and objective mirrors of the emotional activity of humans. They are unaffected by subjective will and has excellent real-time performance, which can be used for VR […]

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