The experiments included in this dissertation were designed to investigate the extent to which three features of the task environment are used to guide selective attention and enable Internet users to preserve goal task performance when distractors are present. It is hypothesized that visual attention can be guided by perceptual features, semantic content, and/or spatial location.APPENDIX A: SCREEN SHOTS FROM THE PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENT Baseline Conditions aquot;YAp:, s:-a#39;iagt; zsiom- Advances ... Thata#39;s a large increaseait sounds scary, if you know that in every 10, 000 peopie not taking the drug, there are twoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Controlling Distraction on the Internet: An Investigation Into the Mechanisms Involved in Minimizing the Influence of Internet Ads on an Information Searching Task|
|Author||:||Elizabeth Ann Helder Babcock|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|