Differences in brain information processing between print and computer screens: bottom-up and top-down attention factors

This study tests 34 subjects to see if reading differs between print materials and the same information delivered via computer CRT (cathode ray tube) screen.

Differences in brain information processing between print and computer screens: Bottom-up and top-down attention factors

Joel Geske and Saras BellurIowa State University

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this study is to see if media choice affects attention patterns...

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