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Pupillometry as a measure of cognitive load in mental rotation tasks with abstract and embodied figures

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Bauer, Robert ; Jost, Leonardo ; Günther, Bianca ; Jansen, Petra
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 13 Aug 2021 10:54

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We investigated sex differences in behavioral performance and cognitive load in chronometric mental rotation tasks with abstract and embodied figures. Eighty participants (44 females and 36 males) completed 126 items, which included cube figures, body postures, and human figures, which were all comparable in shape and color. Reaction time, accuracy, and cognitive load, measured by changes in ...


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