Enhancing the Spatial Ability of Upper Secondary School Students by A Saccadic Eye Movement Program: An Electroencephalogram Study

  • ปริญญา เรืองทิพย์ Burapha University
Keywords: Saccadic Eye Movement Program

Abstract

The objectives of this study were to enhance and compare the spatial ability of upper secondary school students. The participants were 59 student volunteers from Saensuk School, Chon Buri. All participants were screened according to the inclusion criteria for the study to ensure suitability. The research tool was a computer-based spatial ability test: saccadic eye movement program with electroencephalogram study. The collected data was analyzed by t-tests and MANOVA. The results showed that the spatial ability among the upper secondary school students was increased after training with the saccadic eye movement program. Additionally, the scores of spatial abilities among the experimental group were significantly higher than that among the control group. Therefore, it can be clearly stated that the saccadic eye movement program can significantly increase the spatial ability.

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Published
2018-12-07
How to Cite
เรืองทิพย์ป. (2018). Enhancing the Spatial Ability of Upper Secondary School Students by A Saccadic Eye Movement Program: An Electroencephalogram Study. INTEGRATED SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES, MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY, 5(2), 108-136. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/isshmu/article/view/159439
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