Running head: DISORIENTATION AND INCIDENTAL LEARNING IN WEB NAVIGATION Perceived Disorientation and Incidental Learning in a Web-based Environment: Internal and External Factors Baylor, A. L. (2001). Incidental Learning and Perceived Disorientation in a Web- based Environment: Internal and External

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In a four-factor MANOVA design, this exploratory study experimentally investigated the influence of navigation mode (linear, nonlinear), distracting links (presence, absence), sensationseeking tendency (high, low), and spatial-synthetic ability (high, low) on perceived disorientation and incidental learning (accuracy of main point, example generation) in web navigation. Seventy-five participants completed a search task to find the location of five sentences within a nine-page web-based passage… CONTINUE READING
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