Articles by Ronan S. Bernas
Ronan S. Bernas is a Professor at the Department of Psychology of Eastern Illinois University. He received his Ph.D. in Psychology (Committee on Human Development) from the University of Chicago in 1995. His research is on argumentative and explanatory discourse. He examines the learning and conceptual changes that occur during argumentative and explanatory discourse.
Visual Attention in Newspaper versus TV-Oriented News Websites
Abstract Eye-tracking has been employed in usability engineering for many years because, among other things, it affords usability practitioners information about where users focus their attention. It helps practitioners identify the extent to which the visual display elements presented on many interactive products enhance or detract from the user experience. Eye movement data offer system […] [Read More]