Jennifer C. Romano Bergstrom

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In a usability study on a portion of the Census Bureau Web site, we assess how people of different ages search for specific information by evaluating performance and strategy differences between age groups. We collected us-ability metrics of accuracy and efficiency, including mouse click data. Eye-tracking data were also collected including eye-movement(More)
The adoption of a new technology is often affected by its perceived utility and ease of use, both of which could vary by age due to cognitive differences. A recently invented technology, the quick response (QR) code, enables smartphone users to access content on their mobile devices by scanning two-dimensional barcodes. In this paper, we examine awareness,(More)
This study examines how adults pay attention to cognitive and affective illustrations on a cancer-related webpage and explores age differences in the attention to these cognitive and affective webpages. Results of an eye-tracking experiment (n = 20) showed that adults spent more time attending to the illustrations on the cognitive webpage than the(More)
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