Evaluación de la atención mediante eye tracking en población infantil: una revisión sistemática

  • Nataly Alvarado Ortega Universidad del Azuay Cuenca, Ecuador
  • Katherine Hernández Idrovo Universidad del Azuay Cuenca, Ecuador
  • Devis Cedeño Mero Universidad del Azuay Cuenca, Ecuador
  • Martha Cobos Cali Universidad del Azuay Cuenca, Ecuador

Resumen

La creación de nuevas tecnologías como el sistema de seguimiento ocular eye tracking, han beneficiado algunas áreas como: la medicina, la educación, la neuropsicología, el marketing, etc. El objetivo general de este trabajo es dar a conocer cuáles son los estudios realizados sobre la evaluación de la atención mediante eye tracking en población infantil mediante una revisión sistemática de la literatura. La búsqueda de información se realizó mediante varias fuentes como: ScienceDirect, Hinari, Pubmed, Scopus, EBSCOhost y Dialnet, en las cuales se obtuvo un total de 188 artículos de los cuales fueron seleccionados únicamente 29 artículos de los últimos 5 años, los mismos que cumplieron con los criterios de inclusión y exclusión establecidos. Los resultados demostraron que la evaluación de la atención mediante el sistema de seguimiento ocular Eye Tracking en población infantil resultó efectiva, siendo los modelos de eye tracking SMI iView X™ RED, Tobii X2-60 y el Tobii T-120 los más empleados en la evaluación de la atención visual seguido de la atención social y sostenida en niños con Trastorno de Espectro Autista y niños sanos con desarrollo típico. 

Palabras clave: atención, eye tracking, niños

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2022-04-01
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Alvarado Ortega, N., Hernández Idrovo, K., Cedeño Mero, D., & Cobos Cali , M. (2022). Evaluación de la atención mediante eye tracking en población infantil: una revisión sistemática. Ciencia Latina Revista Científica Multidisciplinar, 6(2), 1490-1510. https://doi.org/10.37811/cl_rcm.v6i2.1976
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