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Moore, Kara N.; Lampinen, James Michael; Adams, Eryn J.; Nesmith, Blake L.; Burch, Presley – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
We examined how prior experience encountering targets affected attention allocation and event-based prospective memory. Participants performed four color match task blocks with a difficult, but specified prospective memory task (Experiment 1) or an easier, but unspecified prospective memory task (Experiment 2). Participants were instructed to…
Descriptors: Attention Control, Memory, Prior Learning, Experience
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Marcusson-Clavertz, David; Persson, Stefan D.; Cardeña, Etzel; Terhune, Devin B.; Gort, Cassandra; Kuehner, Christine – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
Accumulating evidence suggests that individuals with greater executive resources spend less time mind wandering. Independent strands of research further suggest that this association depends on concentration and a guilty-dysphoric daydreaming style. However, it remains unclear whether this association is specific to particular features of…
Descriptors: Executive Function, Attention Control, Factor Analysis, Cognitive Processes
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Redlich, Dennis; Memmert, Daniel; Kreitz, Carina – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2021
During the past two decades, the interest in investigating the phenomenon of inattentional blindness strongly increased and resulted in a fraying of paradigms investigating this specific failure of awareness. We reviewed 129 full-text articles containing 219 experiments for their design and methods to create awareness for the growing variety of…
Descriptors: Attention Control, Models, Research Methodology, Cognitive Processes
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Wulff, Alia N.; Hyman, Ira E., Jr. – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2022
People do not constantly watch for accidents and crimes. With their attention focused elsewhere, potential witnesses may fail to notice a crime and experience inattentional blindness. We investigated the impact of inattentional blindness on eyewitness awareness and memory. Participants watched a video in which a theft occurs. We manipulated the…
Descriptors: Attention Control, Crime, Memory, Video Technology
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Chesin, Megan S.; Jeglic, Elizabeth L. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2022
The purpose of this study was to clarify the role of mindfulness in suicide ideation (SI) in college students by testing which component(s) of mindfulness would add to the explanation of SI when depression, hopelessness and suicide attempt history were considered. Seven hundred sixty-three undergraduate college students provided survey data on…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Suicide, Psychological Patterns, Depression (Psychology)
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Ishino, Tatsuya; Goto, Mitsuhiro; Kashihara, Akihiro – Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 2022
In lectures with presentation slides such as an e-learning lecture on video, it is important for lecturers to control their non-verbal behavior involving gaze, gesture, and paralanguage. However, it is not so easy even for well-experienced lecturers to properly use non-verbal behavior in their lecture to promote learners' understanding. This paper…
Descriptors: Robotics, Lecture Method, Electronic Learning, Video Technology
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Price, Trevor John – Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning, 2022
Purpose: This research investigates the use of real-time online polling to enhance university teaching and learning. Design/methodology/approach: Using a case study and employing action research, this work shows how polling can improve professional practice, learner engagement and teaching performance. Findings: Incorporating the right type of…
Descriptors: Audience Response Systems, College Students, Attention Control, College Instruction
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Canpolat, Murat – International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 2022
Daydreaming is a type of mental time travel into the future. Although many cultures consider daydreaming a waste of time, the vast majority of people spend part of the day daydreaming. The age at which daydreaming is most intense is self-reported to be between 17 and 29. In this qualitative research, I wanted to find out what university students'…
Descriptors: College Students, Coping, Attention Control, Foreign Countries
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Zhang, Han; Miller, Kevin F.; Sun, Xin; Cortina, Kai S. – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2020
Video lectures are increasingly prevalent, but they present challenges to learners. Students' minds often wander, yet we know little about how mind wandering affects attention during video lectures. This paper presents two studies that examined eye movement patterns of mind wandering during video lectures. In the studies, mind wandering reports…
Descriptors: Eye Movements, Attention Control, Lecture Method, Video Technology
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Aydogdu, Fatih – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2022
This study was conducted to test the effect of the augmented reality-based program on the motivation, attention and conceptual skills of preschool children. The research was conducted according to the pretest-posttest control group quasi-experimental design: 13 participants (6 girls, 7 boys) in the experimental group and 13 (5 girls, 8 boys) in…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Educational Technology, Preschool Children, Student Motivation
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Kilijanek, Aleksandra; Ozga, Wioletta Karina – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2022
The study's main goal was to investigate the impact of various types of shocking content of provocative advertisements on brand recall and visual attention engagement. The experiment used the eye-tracker (iViewX RED500) to record the eye movements. Forty-one participants were divided into two groups. Provocative (drastic, religious, and erotic)…
Descriptors: Advertising, Attention Control, Attention, Eye Movements
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Kalashnikova, Marina; Pejovic, Jovana; Carreiras, Manuel – Developmental Science, 2021
Bilingualism is a powerful experiential factor, and its effects have been proposed to extend beyond the linguistic domain by boosting the development of executive functioning skills. Crucially, recent findings suggest that this effect can be detected in bilingual infants before their first birthday indicating that it emerges as a result of early…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Attention, Executive Function, Infants
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Peters, Kerri P.; Vollmer, Timothy R.; Donaldson, Jeanne M.; Walker, Stephen F. – Education and Treatment of Children, 2022
Academic task completion is essential to success in school, and academic activity across individuals appears to be maintained by different variables. The purpose of this study was to assess variables that might promote higher or lower levels of academic engagement. Participants were six general education students in elementary school, and academic…
Descriptors: General Education, Elementary School Students, Learner Engagement, Task Analysis
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Wotring, Brian; Dingus, Tom; Atwood, Jon; Guo, Feng; McClafferty, Julie; Buchanan-King, Mindy – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2020
The current study analysed crashes identified in a large-scale naturalistic driving database to assess the prevalence of cognitive disengagement (i.e., purely cognitive distraction and mind wandering/microsleep) or episodes wherein the driver did not look away from the roadway during secondary task completion or wherein another clearly observable…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Motor Vehicles, Traffic Safety, Responses
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Darby, Kevin P.; Deng, Sophia W.; Walther, Dirk B.; Sloutsky, Vladimir M. – Child Development, 2021
Selective attention is the ability to focus on goal-relevant information while filtering out irrelevant information. This work examined the development of selective attention to natural scenes and objects with a rapid serial visual presentation paradigm. Children (N = 69, ages 4-6 years) and adults (N = 80) were asked to attend to either objects…
Descriptors: Child Development, Young Children, Adults, Bias
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