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 ==== Draft Paper ==== ==== Draft Paper ====
  
-{{ ::​analysing_the_impact_of_interaction_embodied_interaction_and_head-mounted_immersion_on_memorisation_rationale_and_experiment_design.pdf |Analysing the impact of interaction,​ embodied interaction and head-mounted immersion on memorisation:​ rationale and experiment design}} ​(for submission to Conference on Games 2019 @ QMUL)+{{ ::​analysing_the_impact_of_interaction_embodied_interaction_and_head-mounted_immersion_on_memorisation_rationale_and_experiment_design.pdf |Analysing the impact of interaction,​ embodied interaction and head-mounted immersion on memorisation:​ rationale and experiment design}} ​
  
 ==== Summary ==== ==== Summary ====
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 Participants will experience both sessions, one in VR and one in a desktop environment. Combinations include: Participants will experience both sessions, one in VR and one in a desktop environment. Combinations include:
  
-^ Session 1  ^ Session 2  ^ +^ Participants  ​^ Session 1  ^ Session 2  ^ 
-| Monitor ​   | HMD        | +| 50%           | Monitor ​   | HMD        | 
-| HMD        | Monitor ​   |+| 50%           | HMD        | Monitor ​   |
  
 Each session has three groups of word pairs (ABC or XYZ), with each group a different interaction type (non-interaction,​ interaction,​ embodied). There interaction type assigned to each group varies between participants. E.g. Participant one might have A = noninteraction,​ B = interaction,​ C = embodied, while participant two might have A = embodied, B = noninteraction,​ C = interaction. ​ Each session has three groups of word pairs (ABC or XYZ), with each group a different interaction type (non-interaction,​ interaction,​ embodied). There interaction type assigned to each group varies between participants. E.g. Participant one might have A = noninteraction,​ B = interaction,​ C = embodied, while participant two might have A = embodied, B = noninteraction,​ C = interaction. ​
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 | Monitor ​      | Non-interactive ​ | Embodied ​        | Abstract ​        | | Monitor ​      | Non-interactive ​ | Embodied ​        | Abstract ​        |
  
 +There an example participant might follow the experiment route:
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 +  * Session 1: Monitor. Word Group A (Non-interactive),​ B (Embodied), C (Abstract)
 +  * Session 2: HMD. Word Group X (Abstract), Y (Embodied), Z (Non-interactive)
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 +As we are not comparing between sessions, and each session will have the same number of participants in test conditions, we can have Word Group A, B and C always assigned to Session 1, and Word Groups X, Y and Z always in Session 2 without issue.
 ==== Conducting the experiment ==== ==== Conducting the experiment ====