An Experimental investigation of ICT expertise by gaze analysis

Kaya, Erdi
The aim of the present study is to contribute to the approaches used for the division of experts and novices according to the approaches and differences in question answering. For this purpose, an experiment was conducted with 41 participants. The subjects were divided into two groups as experts and novices according to their information test scores. Then the participants answered a set of questions based on ICT and their eye movements were recorded. The participants were then divided as high performers and low performers according to the experimental task scores. The results showed that the information test on paper was not successful to divide the participants as experts and novices. There was a significant difference between high performers and low performers in terms of gazing at the correct answers compared to incorrect ones. On the other hand, no significant differences were obtained in other gaze measures. The conclusion is that the investigation of the differences between high and low performers by eye tracking is subject to a limited set of measures.


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Citation Formats
E. Kaya, “An Experimental investigation of ICT expertise by gaze analysis,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2019.