Gender-specific Effect on the Perception of Information in a Graphical Interface Under Physical Stress
This paper presents a study of the impact of gender differences on information perception features in graphical interface, in the field of peripheral vision, under physical activity. The study of information perception under stress can extend the field of information display in the graphical interface and have practical applications in various spheres. The study uses a technique using eye- tracking technology to record eye movements. The experiment examines the influence of different factors such as color, icon size, gender and physical activity. The results of the experiment were processed using mathematical statistical methods. The degree of physical activity was determined using a device that recorded the heart rate. The technique was tested on a limited group of subjects, and the data obtained revealed a statistically significant dependence of viewing parameters on factors of color, size, physical activity and gender.