• Fadilla Zennifa independent researcher
  • Keiji Iramina
Keywords: Pupilometri, Atensi


Atensi adalah suatu kondisi ketika seseorang berkonsentrasi pada tugas tertentu sambil mengabaikan informasi lainnya. Penelitian pada artikel ini mengusulkan penggunaan pupilometri untuk evaluasi tingkat atensi. Pupilometri didefinisikan sebagai pengukuran perubahan ukuran pupil. Dalam studi ini, tingkat atensi didasarkan atas laporan dari peserta (self assessment) dalam stimulasi yang berdurasi 10 detik. Melalui penelitian ini, didapatkan hasil bahwa ukuran pupil menunjukkan tidak ada perbedaan signifikan di permulaan 6 detik stimulasi (P=0.4776), P>0.05. Perbedaan signifikan terjadi pada 4 detik terakhir dari stimulasi P<0.05.


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How to Cite
Zennifa, F., & Iramina, K. (2021). PERUBAHAN UKURAN PUPIL PADA TINGKAT ATENSI. OISAA Journal of Indonesia Emas, 4(2), 40-48.