Measurement and Interpretation of Data for Monitoring Attentional Processes


If you are trying to learn something and it is too difficult then you don't succeed, but if it is too easy then you get bored and also learn less optimally. By measuring specific aspects of the brain's functioning like attention, stress and workload, it is possible to understand and optimize this process much better. 


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The role of Noldus

Together with the other partners, we will develop new technologies, based on data from eye trackers and physiological sensors, which will enable us to estimate key cognitive parameters such as attention, stress and workload. The measures will be validated in the specific context of training, but we also expect them to have wider applicability.

More information

To find out more, you can contact us directly. If you think Noldus might be a good partner for your consortium, please see here.

Partners the project leader and the other partners are Research Studios Austria and the University of Vienna. 

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