Presentation 2022-10-18
Comparison of memory results between handwritten input and keyboard input
Reina Sato, Hiroshi Kadota,
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Abstract(in English) As the implementation of ICT advances, there are more opportunities to learn using a keyboard in education. Therefore, in this study, we compared the effects of keyboard-based learning with handwriting-based learning. Participants transcribed sentences using handwriting or a keyboard. Thereafter, they took memory tests using handwriting or a keyboard. The results showed that performance was better when the input method was consistent with transcription and the test. Particularly, when administering the test with handwritten input, participants who transcribed using handwriting performed better than using a keyboard. These results suggest that there is a context-dependent effect of input method and that it is preferable to use handwriting when writing a transcript.
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Keyword(in English) handwritten input / keyboard input / contextual-dependent effect
Paper # HIP2022-51
Date of Issue 2022-10-10 (HIP)

Conference Information
Committee HIP
Conference Date 2022/10/17(2days)
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Place (in English) Kyoto Terrsa
Topics (in Japanese) (See Japanese page)
Topics (in English) Eye Movement (including Accommodation and Pupil), Spatial Perception (Depth Perception, Motion Perception, etc.), etc.
Chair Yuji Wada(Ritsumeikan Univ.)
Vice Chair Hiroyuki Umemoto(AIST) / Sachiko Kiyokawa(Nagoya Univ.)
Secretary Hiroyuki Umemoto(Kyushu Univ.) / Sachiko Kiyokawa(NICT)
Assistant Ippei Negishi(Kanazawa Inst. of Tech.) / Daisuke Tanaka(Tottori Univ.)

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Language JPN
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Title (in English) Comparison of memory results between handwritten input and keyboard input
Sub Title (in English)
Keyword(1) handwritten input
Keyword(2) keyboard input
Keyword(3) contextual-dependent effect
1st Author's Name Reina Sato
1st Author's Affiliation Kochi University of Technology(KUT)
2nd Author's Name Hiroshi Kadota
2nd Author's Affiliation Kochi University of Technology(KUT)
Date 2022-10-18
Paper # HIP2022-51
Volume (vol) vol.122
Number (no) HIP-213
Page pp.pp.22-25(HIP),
#Pages 4
Date of Issue 2022-10-10 (HIP)