Gender differences in the visual prediction of dyslexia

Suhaiza Hanim Suroya, Hosam Al-Samarraie

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Abstract

Dyslexia, characterized by unexplained difficulty in reading, is associated with behavioural deficits.Examining the gender differences among dyslexic children can help better understand such behavioural deficits. Our review of gender comparative research literature has revealed limited knowledge about the development of gender differences to stimulate concentration in dyslexic children. Hence, this paper aims at studying the visual prediction in dyslexic children from their eye-movement behaviour.We invited dyslexic children (n = 7) five male and two female, to undertake a visual prediction experiment using eye tracking. The eye-movement data showed that male dyslexic children exhibited longer gaze at current target, while female induced interesting pattern as they precisely predicted the appearance of the next target.Our findings provide a more in-depth understanding of visual prediction in male and female dyslexic children based on their concentration. (PDF) Gender differences in the visual prediction of dyslexia.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions
PublisherIEEE
Pages120-123
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-5090-0027-2
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions - Chennai, India
Duration: 10 Mar 201611 Mar 2016

Publication series

Name2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions

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Conference2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions
CountryIndia
CityChennai
Period10/03/1611/03/16

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Suroya, S. H., & Al-Samarraie, H. (2016). Gender differences in the visual prediction of dyslexia. In Proceedings of 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions (pp. 120-123). (2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions). IEEE.

Gender differences in the visual prediction of dyslexia. / Suroya, Suhaiza Hanim; Al-Samarraie, Hosam.

Proceedings of 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions. IEEE, 2016. p. 120-123 (2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions).

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Suroya, SH & Al-Samarraie, H 2016, Gender differences in the visual prediction of dyslexia. in Proceedings of 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions. 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions, IEEE, pp. 120-123, 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions, Chennai, India, 10/03/16.
Suroya SH, Al-Samarraie H. Gender differences in the visual prediction of dyslexia. In Proceedings of 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions. IEEE. 2016. p. 120-123. (2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions).
Suroya, Suhaiza Hanim ; Al-Samarraie, Hosam. / Gender differences in the visual prediction of dyslexia. Proceedings of 2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions. IEEE, 2016. pp. 120-123 (2nd IEEE International Conference on Human Computer Interactions).
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