Video Games and Visuo-Spatial Problem Solving Ability

Richard, Michael Marr

In 2000, Hodgson and his colleagues used eye-tracking measures to determine patterns in how participants solved visual puzzles. When analyzing the results of this study, Hodgson et al. found a reliable pattern in attention allocation for users, which predicted their efficiency in solving the puzzle. The study used the eye-gaze data to classify participants into efficient planners and error makers... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
Video games.
Problem solving.
Short-term memory.
Imagery (Psychology)
Cognitive neuroscience.
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