Insight Into Sight on Site Grocery Shopping Tasks Performed by People Living With Severe Mental Illness: Eye-Tracker and Performance-Based Evaluation

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Date Presented 03/27/20This study carried out a performance-based task combined with an eye-tracker device for both a control group and a group of people coping with severe mental illnesses. This was done in order to better understand difficulties in task performance and to deepen OTs’ and cognitive scientists’ understanding of client factor and to identify interventions in the most favorable way for the individual. Preliminary results show a difference between the groups in both observational and objective findings.Primary Author and Speaker: Sivan RegevContributing Authors: Naomi Josman, Avi Mendelsohn
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Pages (from-to)7411520486p1-7411520486p1
JournalAmerican Journal of Occupational Therapy
Volume74
Issue number4_Supplement_1
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Aug 2020

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