Automatic Gaze-Based Detection of Mind Wandering during Reading

  title={Automatic Gaze-Based Detection of Mind Wandering during Reading},
  author={Sidney K. D'Mello and Jonathan Cobian and Matthew Hunter},
We present a fully-automated person-independent approach to track mind wandering by monitoring eye gaze during reading. We tracked eye gaze of 84 students who engaged in an approximately 30-minute self-paced reading task on research methods. Mind wandering reports were collected by auditorily probing students in-between and after reading certain pages. Supervised classifiers trained on global and local features extracted from students’ gaze fixations 3, 5, 10, and 15 seconds before each probe… CONTINUE READING
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