Comparison of three eye tracking devices in psychology of programming research

@inproceedings{Nevalainen2004ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of three eye tracking devices in psychology of programming research},
  author={Seppo Nevalainen and Jorma Sajaniemi},
  booktitle={PPIG},
  year={2004}
}
Eye tracking can be used in measuring point of gaze data that provides information concerning subject’s focus of attention. The focus of subject’s attention can be used as supportive evidence in studying cognitive processes. Despite the potential usefulness of eye tracking in psychology of programming research, there exists only few instances where eye tracking has actually been used. This paper presents an experiment in which we used three eye tracking devices to record subjects’ points of… CONTINUE READING
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