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Visual and memory search in complex environments: determinants of eye movements and search performance. 數學 102 戎諒 數學 102 林桂民 數學 102 謝允華 心理 102 吳政霖 心理 102 何絲夢 資訊 102 吳孟原. OUTLINE. Purpose Researches in the past 2 EXPERIMENTS CONCLUSION. Purpose.

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Visual and memory search in complex environments:

determinants of eye movements and search

performance

  • 數學102 戎諒
  • 數學102 林桂民
  • 數學102 謝允華
  • 心理102 吳政霖
  • 心理102 何絲夢
  • 資訊102 吳孟原
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OUTLINE

  • Purpose
  • Researches in the past
  • 2 EXPERIMENTS
  • CONCLUSION
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Purpose

  • Determinants of eye movementsand search performance in complex situations that closer to reality.
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RESEARCH (PAST)

  • Visual search => 2 groups(aims / correspondingexperimental paradigms)
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RESEARCH (PAST)

  • Repeatedly presented => faster
  • Differ from surrounding distractors=> faster
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EXP 2 : MEMORY SEARCH

  • 16 juice packaging triplets
  • Scan & memorize
  • No questionnaire
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EXP 2 : MEMORY SEARCH

  • 72% correct (lower than EXP 1)
  • Incorrect response:misses > false alarms
  • Remembered better:
    • Familiar than unfamiliar
    • Bottle than rectangular
    • Lower position
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CONCLUSION

  • Corresponding product designshould result in faster and moreaccurate visual and memorybased search processes
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