To understand users ability to focus on a switched attention task, their visual memory, their response strategy, and motor impulsivity.
Groups of participants:
-People with ADHD/ADHD traits
In this task, users will need to complete 3 short chemistry experiments. There will be only visual instructions that users need to follow to complete the experiments. There will be sounds only where there are chemical reactions from the experiments. Users can also interact with a periodic table in front of them. There will be a time limit of 10 minutes. Approximately this task can take 3 minutes.
Q1: What happens to aluminium if we add it into a beaker with bromine? (Right answer burns)
Q2: What was the second liquid that the user had to pour into the plate in experiment 3? (Right answer Methanol)
Q3: I felt present and involved in VR.
Q4: The task was interesting and was similar to a scenario that can happen in our day-to-day life.
Q5: I think I didn’t do very well in completing this task.
Q6: I think I did very well in completing this task.
-From the task (we save username, average attention to complete the task, score (from 0 to 100 depends on attention average and reaction time, the higher the better) accuracy (low, medium, or high depending on the score), reaction time (from the point when users press the button start to start the experiments till the task is completed), timestamp)
-Eye tracker VR Add on (Pupil Labs)
-EEG VR Add on (Looxid Link)
-From the questionnaire