To understand users ability to focus on a visual sustained attention task and their response strategy, response inhibition, or motor impulsivity.
Groups of participants:
-People with ADHD/ADHD traits
For this tasks, there will be city ambient sounds, people talking sounds, birds sound. In front of them there will be people talking, people walking, birds flying. At certain time we also show a plane flying. 50 cars in total will be randomly presented (25 on the left – 25 on the right side) with random colours. Each car will show for 1.15 second and the delay between the cars is 1.15 second. Task is 3:20 minutes long.
Q1: Pressing the button for the wrong car direction affected my next responses.
Q2: It was difficult to look and click in the opposite direction of the car.
Q3: I think I did very well in completing this task.
Q4: I think I didn’t do very well in completing this task.
Q5: The task was interesting and was similar to a scenario that can happen in our day-to-day life.
Q6: I felt present and involved in VR.
-From the task (only when they press the button of the controller, we save username, car shown (left or right), arrow pressed (left or right), accuracy if they were correct/wrong, reaction time (from car shown to their button press), timestamp)
-Eye tracker VR Add on (Pupil Labs)
-EEG VR Add on (Looxid Link)
-From the questionnaire