The paper presents the results of an experiment devoted to studying attention distribution and switching using eye-tracking technology. The experiment was conducted in two stages. At the first stage (year 2016), 48 students majoring in air traffic control were examined. At the second stage (year 2017), 43 students studying to become civil aviation pilots were involved. Correlation analysis methods and Pearson’s chi-squared test were used.
Transport Problems , ISSUE 3, 167–179
patient. As this procedure is rather subjective and error-prone, adding eye tracking in the IH-CST training would provide the patient and the therapist with better insights into the actual scanning patterns made during the different exercises. These insights will then be the basis for better feedback to the patients, which should in turn improve their progress in visual rehabilitation.
Secondly, the change in difficulty when transitioning from one step to the next in the training procedure can be too
Frans W. Cornelissen,
Gera de Haan
International Journal of Orientation & Mobility , ISSUE 1, 7–19
perception and recognition, thus creating a unique neurodevelopmental condition. We used eye-tracking and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) method. Eye-tracking and fMRI results of PK were compared to results of control subjects. Patient PK showed atypical gaze-fixation strategy during face perception and typical patterns of brain activations in the FG and OFA. However, a significant difference between PK and control subjects was found in the left anterior superior temporal sulcus/middle
Hanna B. Cygan,
Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis , ISSUE 2, 114–131