Farklı Soru Biçimlerinin Göz Hareketleri, Başarım ve Cevaplama Süresine Olan Etkilerinin İncelenmesi
The purpose of this study is to examine eye movements during solving questions and to determine whether or not the eye metrics can be used for predicting answers. Furthermore, examining whether question presentation modalities makes significant differences in eye movements, it was aimed to examine for which presentation modality, participants answer questions with less eye movements. It was also investigated that, if the different presentation modalities effect the response time and performance. There were 16 questions included in past ALES and LES exams were administered to 57 voluntary senior, master and PhD students from different departments of Hacettepe University. 16 questions and modified versions according to presentation modalities of them were administered to participants within an interval of 4 weeks. During the testing process, the participants’ eye movements were recorded by eye tracker and then analyzed with Tobii software.