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Novices and Experts

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Published on Dec 10, 2012

As part of Temple University's Research in Spatial Cognition (RISC) lab group, Dr. Kim Kastens and Dr. Tim Shipley put together a study to test how experts and novices in the field of geology differ in the way that they look at and draw conclusions from maps. In the study, participants would sit in front of a computer and answer questions about the maps that appeared on the screen. The researchers used infrared sensors to track eye movements to gather data about where the two groups looked when answering questions. The data from the study have not been processed yet, but lab manager Alex Boone agreed to demonstrate the testing process and to talk about some of the implications of the experiment.

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