Correlation between Dominant Sensory Mechanisms during Interaction Processes with Virtual Products and Human Interaction Cycles

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Lorena Olmos PinedaJorge Gil Tejeda

Abstract: Through the exploration of Human Behavior with the use of networks as well as the Tetrachoric Coefficient (TC), it was sought the relationship between the active Dominant Sensory Mechanisms (DSM) during the interaction processes with 3 Virtual Products in 3 groups of users., and the Human Interaction Cycles (HIC) performed by each user. The DSM of each user was obtained from the number of repetitions of each Sensory Mechanism (SM) registered in each network. Likewise, the HICs were determined based on the attention of the person in a certain factor of the Virtual Product (VP), its breakage was considered the end of the attentional process and the number of breaks of each attentional process was counted like a cycle. The results obtained suggest the existence of a varied dependency in the dichotomy: Dominant Sensory Mechanisms and the cycles of human interaction executed in each Virtual Product. Likewise, the results obtained from the Tetrachoric Coefficient (TC) show a directly proportional relationship between the DSM and the HIC in the first two groups of users. However, the results show an inversely proportional relationship in the third group of users. Likewise, the second and third User Groups were the ones that showed the greatest relationship between the DSM and the HICs. In this sense, the results of the second group of users show that the greater the dominance of DSM, the greater the HIC. In the case of the third group of users, it was shown that the greater the DSM, the lower the HIC.

Keywords: Human interaction, Dominant sensory mechanisms, Virtual products, Human interaction cycles

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1003611

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