Children Ages 6-12 Learning Optical Spatial Reasoning during Educational Video Game Play: An ERP/JTF study examining the role of cognitive load.
|dc.contributor.author||Schroer, Joseph E.|
|dc.description.abstract||This is the final powerpoint from a presentation at the 2018 SERC Spatial Conference in Canberra Australia. We examine concept learning of children ages 6-12. Children learn a Naive Optics concept through the use of a brief video game. ERPs and Joint Time Frequency analyses are employed to better understand the effects of the video game in contrasting pre-post and correct vs. incorrect trials. Implications for understanding the neural mechanisms that help children learn this spatial concept are discussed specifically, the role of Alpha in the Lateral Frontal Sulcus.||en_US|
|dc.rights||Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 United States||*|
|dc.title||Children Ages 6-12 Learning Optical Spatial Reasoning during Educational Video Game Play: An ERP/JTF study examining the role of cognitive load.||en_US|
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