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A metacognitive perspective on mental workload using eye tracking
This study focuses on the metacognitive regulation of solving problems, reasoning, and decision-making challenges and its take on mental workload using eye tracking. The investigators will study the relationship between task performance, subjective measures, metacognitive judgements, and eye tracking measures. Also, the task characteristics that are potentially biasing for self-assessment of mental workload and are prone to non-effective use of time will be analyzed.
The experiment requires 60 mins of the participant's time. The participant will perform a task on a standard PC wearing eye tracking glasses followed by a questionnaire.
Snehal Dhengre - at firstname.lastname@example.org
18 year(s) or older
Inclusion Criteria:Be at least 18 years of age
Have normal or normal-corrected vision
Exclusion Criteria:Visual deficiencies where a person is unable to identify the graphical images on a computer monitor from 20” away
Any other difficulties that would require the use of non-standard graphical interfaces or manipulation devices
Prescription glasses with bifocals, trifocals or progressive lens