Üniversite Öğrencileri için Bilgisayar Tabanlı Sürdürülebilir Dikkat Testi Norm Çalışması

Hale Ilgaz, Mehmet Kokoç, Arif Akçay, Arif Altun

Abstract


Sürdürülebilir dikkat, dikkatin temel bir bileşeni olmakla birlikte uzun zaman aralıkları boyunca sıklıkla ve beklenmedik bir şekilde gelişen uyaranlara karşı hazır olma hali olarak tanımlanmaktadır. Bireylerin dijital ekranlarla uzun süre vakit geçirdikleri e-öğrenme ortamlarında da sürdürülebilir dikkatin araştırılması önemlidir. Bu çalışmada bilgisayar tabanlı bir sürdürülebilir dikkat testinin norm çalışmasının yapılması amaçlanmıştır. Araştırmada iki farklı üniversiteden 201 katılımcı yer almaktadır. Çoklu nesne takibi paradigmasına göre geliştirilmiş olan testten elde edilen verilere göre erkek katılımcıların sürdürülebilir dikkat performansları kadın katılımcılara göre daha yüksek çıkmıştır. Yaş değişkeni açısından ise gruplar arasında anlamlı bir farklılık bulunamamıştır. Bu sürdürülebilir dikkat testi ile e-öğrenme ortamlarının tasarımlarında bireysel farklılıkları dikkate alan uygulamalar geliştirilmesi sürecinde ön değerlendirmeler yapılıp, farklı tasarım önerileri geliştirilebilir.


Keywords


Sürdürülebilir dikkat, e-öğrenme, tasarım, bireysel farklılıklar

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