WSEI as the leader of this part of the work has prepared 500 chess and cognitive stimuli. In the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology WSEI is continuing research involving children 10-13 to select the most effective chess and cognitive stimuli. Currently about 30 children are involved in the study. Chess stimuli are based on tasks such as finding a mate in one go, finding winning combinations, and so on.
During research, data from EEG and Eye-Tracker data is collected from children who perform a variety of tasks. Participation in research is only possible after informed consent of the legal guardian. The results will help you choose the most optimal and best tasks for the final version of the online tool.