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    • Are two computer monitors better than one? 

      Owens, Justin W.; Teves, Jennifer P.; Nguyen, Bobby T.; Smith, Amanda Lynn; Phelps, Mandy C. (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2012-04-18)
      Previous studies have found using more than one monitor increases productivity, but benefits may diminish when monitor count or size increases. The purpose of this study was to determine whether increases in productivity ...
    • Exploring website gist through rapid serial visual presentation 

      Owens, Justin W.; Chaparro, Barbara S.; Palmer, Evan M. (Springer Nature, 2019-11-20)
      Background: Users can make judgments about web pages in a glance. Little research has explored what semantic information can be extracted from a web page within a single fixation or what mental representations users have ...
    • Gaze pattern differences between objective and subjective search of e-commerce web pages 

      Nguyen, Duy; Owens, Justin W.; Chaparro, Alex; Chaparro, Barbara S.; Palmer, Evan M. (Sage, 2012-09)
      Both users and retailers benefit from optimizing e-commerce web pages for consumers who freely browse, subjectively search (e.g., “Find a gift for your uncle.”), or objectively search (e.g., “Find the laptop.”) for ...
    • Getting the gist of websites: Exploring the effects of display duration, size, and resolution 

      Owens, Justin W. (Wichita State University, 2013-05)
      Users can make judgments about web pages in a glance. Outside of a few studies, no known research has examined what semantic information can be extracted from a web page within a single fixation, but the scene perception ...
    • A preliminary investigation of eye-gaze patterns on fast-mapping abilities of children with ASD 

      Crumrine, Daiquirie; Owens, Justin W.; Adams, Megan; Salamone, Lindsay (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2010-04-23)
      Research has suggested that during storybook reading children’s eye-gaze is primarily on the picture versus the text. Further research with written fast-mapping (FM) indicates that children acquire orthographic images ...
    • Text advertising blindness: the new banner blindness? 

      Owens, Justin W.; Chaparro, Barbara S.; Palmer, Evan M. (Usability Professionals’ Association, 2011-05)
      Banner blindness, the phenomenon of website users actively ignoring web banners, was first reported in the late 1990s. This study expands the banner blindness concept to text advertising blindness and examines the ...