What is it about?
This article shows the behaviour of people with and without mental health issues while performing a daily grocery task. This is by using occupational therapy analysis on eye-tracker data in a real time measure. We used the Test of Grocery Shopping Skills and recorded the performance from the eye of the subject.
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Why is it important?
It is the first paper to collaborate between occupational therapy and psychology research with this tool outside the laboratory.
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This page is a summary of: Looking beyond the laboratory: Exploring behavioral and eye-fixation patterns in individuals with severe mental illness during a real-life supermarket task, Science Progress, January 2023, SAGE Publications,
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With Both Eyes Open - Translational Research using Eye-Tracker together with Performance-based evaluation of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living amongst people living with Severe Mental Illness and a matched control group By Sivan Regev and Naomi Josman
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