The eye-tracking device records users’ eye movements in order to better understand users’ information-seeking behavior. One of our research goals was to investigate the search behavior when participants interact with a health-related online database. Another research goal was to explore how participants browse for health information inquiries. The result shows that the health professional participants studied spent more time on our proposed or recommended browsers which are called help mechanism comparing to general participants.
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