Evaluating engagement physiologically and knowledge retention subjectively through two different learning techniques
This paper describes the findings of a replication study conducted at a different location. This study measures the engagement level of participants objectively from two learning techniques: video game and handout (traditional way of learning). This paper may help other researchers design their own Brain-Computer Interface study to measure engagement. In addition, the results of this paper shows a correlation analysis between Engagement (measured physiologically) and knowledge measurement (subjective data). Further, this paper describes briefly the limitations of the Emotiv non-invasive EEG device, which may help researchers and developers understand the device more. © 2013 Springer-Verlag.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
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Andujar, Marvin; Ekandem, Josh I.; Gilbert, Juan E.; and Morreale, Patricia, "Evaluating engagement physiologically and knowledge retention subjectively through two different learning techniques" (2013). Kean Publications. 2059.