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  • Left visual field bias during face perception aligns with individual differences in reading skills and is absent in dyslexia

    Open AccessUniversity of Gothenburg 18/08/2022

    When looking at faces, we tend to attend more to the left visual field (corresponding to the right side of the person’s face). This phenomenon is called the left visual field bias (LVF) and is presumed to reflect the brain’s right-sided dominance for face processing. Whether alterations in hemispheric dominance are present in dyslexia, and […]

  • Exploring Pie Chart Visual Properties and Design Elements: EyeTracking Approach

    Open AccessLoyola University 10/08/2022

    This research explores the impact of pie chart data representation on users by focusing on users’ performance, cognitive effort, and visual attention while employing novel eye tracking technology. This research focused on two questions centered around a difference in users’ visual attention, performance, and cognitive effort between pie chart visual properties and design variations. Two […]

  • A Test Management System to Support Remote Usability Assessment of Web Applications

    GatedUniversità Politecnica delle Marche + 220/10/2022

    Nowadays, web designers are forced to have an even deeper perception of how users approach their products in terms of user experience and usability. Remote Usability Testing (RUT) is the most appropriate tool to assess the usability of web platforms by measuring the level of user attention, satisfaction, and productivity. RUT does not require the […]

  • The face in everyday social interaction: social outcomes and personality correlates of facial behaviour

    Open AccessNottingham Trent University 12/10/2022

    Facial behaviour is a central component of social interaction, yet is primarily studied in the absence of a social partner with a heavy focus on static, universal prototypes. Examination of individual variation in facial behaviour embedded within social interaction is essential to understand social function. We conducted a three-part multi-method study to examine how variation […]

  • Affective Dynamics and Cognition during Game-based Learning

    GatedUniversity of Central Florida + 329/09/2022

    Inability to regulate affective states can impact one’s capacity to engage in higher-order thinking like scientific reasoning with game-based learning environments. Many efforts have been made to build affect-aware systems to mitigate the potentially detrimental effects of negative affect. Yet, gaps in research exist since accurately capturing and modeling affect as a state that changes […]

  • Cognitive Load Measurement Using Arithmetic and Graphical Tasks and Galvanic Skin Response

    GatedWrocław University of Science and Technology21/09/2022

    The results of an experiment to measure cognitive load using arithmetic and graphical tasks and galvanic skin response (GSR) biometric technique are presented in this paper. 62 volunteers were recruited to take part in a laboratory experiment conducted with the integrated iMotions biometric platform. Data were collected using observations, Single Ease Question (SEQ) and NASA […]

  • Leveraging the Science to Understand Factors Influencing the Use of AI-Powered Avatar in Healthcare Services

    GatedRochester Institute of Technology 09/09/2022

    Interests in artificial intelligence (AI) adoption have increased in many organizations. Medical providers are seeking collaborations with technology companies to provide a reliable mental healthcare service for patients. While the interest in adopting an AI-powered healthcare solution is high, it is still unclear on patients’ attitude towards adopting AI for their mental health care. Three […]

  • Do instructional manipulation checks measure inattention or miscomprehension?

    GatedUniversity of Queensland + 221/05/2021

    Instructional Manipulation Checks (IMCs) are intended to detect inattention, a common occurrence in survey responding. We use eye tracking to empirically assess the attention that survey respondents dedicate to a short and a long IMC. We find that all 21 respondents pass the short IMC. In contrast, six respondents fail the long IMC. Our eye-tracking […]

  • Dyslexia detection in children using eye tracking data based on VGG16 network

    Open AccessUniversity of Belgrade02/09/2022

    Considering the negative impact dyslexia has on school achievements, dyslexia diagnosis and treatment are found to be of great importance. In this paper, a deep convolutional neural network was developed to detect dyslexia in children ages 7-13, based on gathered eye tracking data. The children read a text written in Serbian on 13 different color […]

  • Understanding Drivers’ Physiological Responses in Different Road Conditions

    GatedUniversity of Missouri 16/06/2022

    Although the driver’s emotion has been studied in the different driving environments (such as city and highway), understanding what eye metrics and facial expressions correspond to specific emotion and behavior based on subjective and biosensor data to study emotion in depth is not well researched in previous studies. Using an eye-integrated human-in-the-loop (HTIL) simulation experiment, […]

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