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  • Methodological Considerations for Understanding Studentsā€™ Problem Solving Processes and Affective Trajectories During Game-Based Learning: A Data Fusion Approach

    GatedPeer-Reviewed03/07/2021University of Florida + 3

    This paper describes methodological considerations for fusing data sources in understanding both affective and problem solving states of students as they engage in computational thinking (CT) game-based learning. We provide both a theoretical and empirical rationale for using data including facial recognition and studentsā€™ logfile data to gain a more robust explanation of why students […]

  • Situation Awareness Assessment for Ship Navigation Tasks in Virtual Reality Simulation System

    GatedPeer-Reviewed27/06/2021Xiā€™an Jiaotong University + 2

    This paper discusses whether the ergonomic assessment of the man-machine interface of the ship console in virtual reality simulation system can achieve the effect similar to that in physical simulation system. The similarity of the two systems was verified by assessing the situation awareness level of the subjects. 9 subjects were recruited to participate in […]

  • 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).  Mooreā€™s three types of learning interaction (Moore, […]

  • Political leadership, a quasi-experimental study of Peruvian votersā€™ emotional reaction and visual attention to political humor

    GatedPeer-Reviewed05/06/2021Aarhus University + 2

    Political humor is a wise communicative strategy for politicians to use. However, previous research has not linked politiciansā€™ use of political humor with voterā€™s emotional reactions and visual attention. Two experiments were conducted using facial expression analysis and eye-tracking technology to record the emotional reaction and visual attention of participants while watching one of the […]

  • Detection of Psychopathic Traits in Emotional Faces

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed04/06/2021University of Sydney + 3

    When meeting someone at zero acquaintance, we make assumptions about each other that encompass emotional states, personality traits, and even cognitive abilities. Evidence suggests individuals can accurately detect psychopathic personality traits in strangers based on short video clips or photographs of faces. We present an in-depth examination of this ability. In two studies, we investigated […]

  • The Influence of Admiration on Intentions to Visit and Recommend a Destination: The Moderating Role of Negative Basic Emotions

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed01/06/2021University of Vienna

    This paper analyzes the moderating role of negative emotions triggered during the COVID-19 crisis on intentions to visit and willingness to recommend a destination in order to extend theoretical knowledge on emotions in the tourism field and to offer practical recommendations for tourism marketing managers. It is argued that the negative basic emotions automatically triggered […]

  • Mapping of 3D Eye Tracking in Urban Outdoor Environments

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed01/06/2021University of Innsbruck + 3

    New geospatial technologies and ubiquitous sensing allow new insights into peopleā€™s spatial practices and experiences of public spaces. These tools offer new data streams for analysis and interpretation of social phenomena. Mobile augmented reality tools such as smartphones and wearables merge the experience of entangled online and offline spaces in citizenā€™s daily life. This paper […]

  • Affective Computing in Space Design

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed01/06/2021National Research Center of Egypt

    Architecture Digital Platforms are capable of creating buildings that provide comfort that meets human thermal, acoustic and visual needs. However, some building technologies can choose the physical energy arena of the building on the expense of the mentioned aspects of human comfort. Nevertheless, aspects like emotional and psychological human comfort exist in limited studies practiced […]

  • Impact of causeā€related marketing on consumer advocacy and cause participation: A causal model based on selfā€reports and eyeā€tracking measures

    Open AccessPeer-Reviewed01/06/2021University of Valencia

    Causeā€related marketing improves corporate image and consumer attitudes toward brands. An important research gap is how the visual attention paid to causeā€related cues in social media affect consumer attitudes and behaviors. In the present study, we analyze the moderating role of the visual attention paid to Instagramā€based, causeā€related posts on the impact of consumer perceptions […]

  • Do instructional manipulation checks measure inattention or miscomprehension?

    GatedPeer-Reviewed21/05/2021University of Queensland + 2

    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 […]

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