The effect of social jet lag in women undergraduates’ visual attention within an e-learning environment: an eye tracking study

(Publication in Spanish) E-learning environments require students to adapt their eye gaze pattern to navigate the website and to follow instructions in order to do a task or take an exam. On the other hand, social jet lag has been related to concentration and attention problems in young, especially among women. To determine the effect of social jet lag on visual attention an experiment was performed: women undergraduate students were eye-tracked while navigating the e-learning environment.

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