publication . Article . 2017

The Use of Comparative Visual Search Tasks in a Non-immersive VR Application

Rosa, P.; Gamito, P.; Oliveira, J.; Morais, D.; Pavlovic, M.; Smyth, O.; Maia, I.; Gomes, T.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: Methods of Information in Medicine, volume 56, pages 112-116 (issn: 0026-1270, eissn: 2511-705X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Georg Thieme Verlag KG
  • Country: Portugal
<jats:title>Summary</jats:title><jats:p>Background: An adequate behavioral response depends on attentional and mnesic processes. When these basic cognitive functions are impaired, the use of non-immersive Virtual Reality Applications (VRAs) can be a reliable technique for assessing the level of impairment. However, most non-immersive VRAs use indirect measures to make inferences about visual attention and mnesic processes (e.g., time to task completion, error rate).</jats:p><jats:p>Objectives: To examine whether the eye movement analysis through eye tracking (ET) can be a reliable method to probe more effectively where and how attention is deployed and how it is...
free text keywords: Eye movements, Attention, Memory, Virtual reality, Comparative visual search task, :Ciências Naturais::Ciências da Computação e da Informação [Domínio/Área Científica], :Ciências Médicas::Ciências da Saúde [Domínio/Área Científica], Health Informatics, Health Information Management, Advanced and Specialised Nursing, Visual search, Simulation, Elementary cognitive task, Medicine, business.industry, business, Eye movement, Gaze-contingency paradigm, Eye tracking, Working memory, Data mining, computer.software_genre, computer, Cognitive psychology, Basic cognitive functions, Cognition
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FCT| UID/PSI/03125/2013
Center for Research and Social Intervention
  • Funder: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P. (FCT)
  • Project Code: 147229
  • Funding stream: 5876
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