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Strategies to develop divided attention skills through video game training

Satyen, Lata and Ohtsuka, Keis 2001, Strategies to develop divided attention skills through video game training. In Harris, Don (ed), Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics volume six, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot, England, pp.191-198.

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Title Strategies to develop divided attention skills through video game training
Author(s) Satyen, LataORCID iD for Satyen, Lata orcid.org/0000-0001-5385-4251
Ohtsuka, Keis
Title of book Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics volume six
Editor(s) Harris, Don
Publication date 2001
Chapter number 24
Total chapters 46
Start page 191
End page 198
Total pages 8
Publisher Ashgate Publishing Limited
Place of Publication Aldershot, England
Summary Research .over the past two decades has confirmed the learning opportunities that video games can offer. The objectives of the current study were to investigate the ability of video games to enhance divided attention skills and compare these skills based on individuals' level of expertise in video game playing. Female participants aged between 17-25 years categorised as experts or novices, were divided into experimental and control groups. All participants completed the pre and post-test of divided attention between which only the experimental group received video game training. Results indicate that participants who received video game practice achieved an increase in their dual-attention skills compared to those who did not receive any training, with novices displaying a greater
enhancement in perfonnance. Implications include the provision of video game training to enhance divided attention skills in air pilot training, driving, and heavyequipment operation apart from other tasks necessitating dual-task efficiency.
ISBN 0754613380
9780754613381
Language eng
Field of Research 170201 Computer Perception, Memory and Attention
HERDC Research category B1.1 Book chapter
Copyright notice ©2001, Ashgate
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30000947

Document type: Book Chapter
Collection: School of Psychology
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