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Prediction of navigation by visual aesthetics when presented with binary choices

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Abstract

This preliminary study explored the possibility of influencing participant’s navigation when presented with 5 binary choices. Each participant experienced one trial of the 5 fixed ordered conditions. A think-aloud protocol and questionnaires were used to understand perception and behaviour. We conclude with suggestions of further research of understanding visual aesthetics and their influence of human movement behaviour on patient’s navigation.

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