Automatic Gaze-Based Detection of Mind Wandering during Narrative Film Comprehension

@inproceedings{Mills2016AutomaticGD,
  title={Automatic Gaze-Based Detection of Mind Wandering during Narrative Film Comprehension},
  author={Caitlin Mills and Robert Bixler and Xinyi Wang and Sidney K. D’Mello},
  year={2016}
}
Mind wandering (MW) reflects a shift in attention from taskrelated to task-unrelated thoughts. It is negatively related to performance across a range of tasks, suggesting the importance of detecting and responding to MW in real-time. Currently, there is a paucity of research on MW detection in contexts other than reading. We addressed this gap by using eye gaze to automatically detect MW during narrative film comprehension, an activity that is used across a range of learning environments. In… CONTINUE READING

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