Do we betray errors beforehand? The use of eye tracking, automated face recognition and computer algorithms to analyse learning from errors.

C. Harteis, C. Fischer, T. Töniges, B. Wrede, Frontline Learning Research 6 (2018) 37–56.

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Harteis C, Fischer C, Töniges T, Wrede B. Do we betray errors beforehand? The use of eye tracking, automated face recognition and computer algorithms to analyse learning from errors. Frontline Learning Research. 2018;6(3):37-56.
Harteis, C., Fischer, C., Töniges, T., & Wrede, B. (2018). Do we betray errors beforehand? The use of eye tracking, automated face recognition and computer algorithms to analyse learning from errors. Frontline Learning Research, 6(3), 37–56.
@article{Harteis_Fischer_Töniges_Wrede_2018, title={Do we betray errors beforehand? The use of eye tracking, automated face recognition and computer algorithms to analyse learning from errors.}, volume={6}, number={3}, journal={Frontline Learning Research}, author={Harteis, Christian and Fischer, Christoph and Töniges, Torben and Wrede, Britta}, year={2018}, pages={37–56} }
Harteis, Christian, Christoph Fischer, Torben Töniges, and Britta Wrede. “Do We Betray Errors Beforehand? The Use of Eye Tracking, Automated Face Recognition and Computer Algorithms to Analyse Learning from Errors.” Frontline Learning Research 6, no. 3 (2018): 37–56.
C. Harteis, C. Fischer, T. Töniges, and B. Wrede, “Do we betray errors beforehand? The use of eye tracking, automated face recognition and computer algorithms to analyse learning from errors.,” Frontline Learning Research, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 37–56, 2018.
Harteis, Christian, et al. “Do We Betray Errors Beforehand? The Use of Eye Tracking, Automated Face Recognition and Computer Algorithms to Analyse Learning from Errors.” Frontline Learning Research, vol. 6, no. 3, 2018, pp. 37–56.

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