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  • Cognitive and affective responses to marijuana prevention and educational messaging

    GatedPeer-Reviewed01/08/2021University of Oklahoma + 4

    Perceptions of risk of using marijuana have decreased significantly in the US over the last decade, while marijuana use has increased. In order to educate people on the risks associated with marijuana use, large-scale health messaging campaigns have been deployed to educate the public about the risks associated with marijuana use, particularly in states where […]

  • Exploring Visitors’ Visual Behavior Using Eye-Tracking: The Case of the “Studiolo Del Duca”

    GatedPeer-Reviewed20/01/2022UniversitĂ  Politecnica delle Marche

    Although the understanding of cognitive disciplines has progressed, we know relatively little about how the human brain perceives art. Thanks to the growing interest in visual perception, eye-tracking technology has been increasingly used for studying the interaction between individuals and artworks. In this study, eye-tracking was used to provide insights into non-expert visitors’ visual behaviour […]

  • Pistol: Pupil Invisible Supportive Tool to extract Pupil, Iris, Eye Opening, Eye Movements, Pupil and Iris Gaze Vector, and 2D as well as 3D Gaze

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed19/01/2022University TĂĽbingen

    This paper describes a feature extraction and gaze estimation software, named Pistol that can be used with Pupil Invisible projects and other eye trackers in the future. In offline mode, our software extracts multiple features from the eye including, the pupil and iris ellipse, eye aperture, pupil vector, iris vector, eye movement types from pupil […]

  • Data-driven analysis of gaze patterns in face perception: Methodological and clinical contributions

    GatedPeer-Reviewed11/02/2022Technical University Denmark + 2

    Gaze patterns during face perception have been shown to relate to psychiatric symptoms. Standard analysis of gaze behavior includes calculating fixations within arbitrarily predetermined areas of interest. In contrast to this approach, we present an objective, data-driven method for the analysis of gaze patterns and their relation to diagnostic test scores. This method was applied to […]

  • Developing tolerance to eye contact in autism: A feasibility study with adults using behavioral, interview, and psychophysiological data

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed17/12/2021University of Gothenburg + 2

    Many individuals with autism report that eye contact makes them stressed or uncomfortable. Besides expressing their right to respect for neurodiverse ways of nonverbal communication, some  autistic  individuals  also  express  the  wish  to  improve  their  capacity  to  tolerate  eye contact. In the current study, five autistic adults completed a 21- to 28-day computerized program  that  […]

  • Design of an SSVEP-based BCI Stimuli System for Attention-based Robot Navigation in Robotic Telepresence

    GatedPeer-Reviewed16/12/2021The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Brain-computer interface (BCI)-based robotic telepresence provides an opportunity for people with disabilities to control robots remotely without any actual physical movement. However, traditional BCI systems usually require the user to select the navigation direction from visual stimuli in a fixed background, which makes it difficult to control the robot in a dynamic environment during the […]

  • Creation and validation of the Picture-Set of Young Children’s Affective Facial Expressions (PSYCAFE)

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed07/12/2021University Hospital DĂĽsseldorf + 2

    The immediate detection and correct processing of affective facial expressions are one of the most important competences in social interaction and thus a main subject in emotion and affect research. Generally, studies in these research domains, use pictures of adults who display affective facial expressions as experimental stimuli. However, for studies investigating developmental psychology and […]

  • Mobile News Learning — Investigating Political Knowledge Gains in a Social Media Newsfeed with Mobile Eye Tracking

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed29/11/2021Freie Universität Berlin + 4

    This study investigates whether knowledge gains from news post exposure are different when scrolling through a social media news- feed on a smartphone compared to a desktop PC. While prior research has mostly focused on new platforms people receive news on (e.g., social media) for political learning, first indications exist that device modality (i.e. exposure […]

  • Memory for diverse faces in a racially attentive context

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed04/11/2021University of Tampa + 2

    Two experiments assessed how racial ambiguity and racial salience moderates the cross-race effect (CRE). In experiment 1, White and Black participants studied and identified the race of Asian, Black, Latino, and White faces that varied in ethnic typicality (high or low ET). For White participants, the CRE was larger when comparing high-ET White faces to […]

  • Machine data as the source of learning engagement in hands-on learning online

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed11/06/2021Western Illinois University

    Instructional technology provides the capacity to address the needs of students with diverse cognitive skills and socialization needs. Learning experience is viewed as an important factor in learner engagement/motivation, and a contributor to learning in online instruction (Sims, 2003; Swartzwelder & Murphy, 2019; Chan, Wan & Ko, 2019).  Moore’s three types of learning interaction (Moore, […]

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