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dc.contributor.authorBrand-Gruwel, Saskia-
dc.contributor.authorFrerejean, Jimmy-
dc.descriptionBrand-Gruwel, S., & Frerejean, J. (2012, 5 September). Information problem solving and mental effort. Presentation at the EARLI ASC 2012 "Using eye tracking to design and evaluate education & training methods", Heerlen, The Netherlands.en_US
dc.description.abstractWhat are the cognitive processes involved in information problem solving and how well are students doing when they search the WWW for information? To study these processes different methods can be used, like thinking aloud or cued retrospective report using students eye-movements as cues. When studying these processes it is useful to take into account students’ invested mental effort. In this presentation also the methods that can be used to measure mental effort while students (learn to) search for information on the WWW will be discussed.en_US
dc.subjectinformation problem solvingen_US
dc.subjectmental efforten_US
dc.titleInformation problem solving and mental efforten_US
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