Analyzing spatial data from mouse tracker methodology: An entropic approach.

@article{Calcagn2017AnalyzingSD,
  title={Analyzing spatial data from mouse tracker methodology: An entropic approach.},
  author={Antonio Calcagn{\`i} and Luigi Lombardi and Simone Sulpizio},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2017},
  volume={49 6},
  pages={
          2012-2030
        }
}
Mouse tracker methodology has recently been advocated to explore the motor components of the cognitive dynamics involved in experimental tasks like categorization, decision-making, and language comprehension. This methodology relies on the analysis of computer-mouse trajectories, by evaluating whether they significantly differ in terms of direction, amplitude, and location when a given experimental factor is manipulated. In this kind of study, a descriptive geometric approach is usually adopted… CONTINUE READING
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