2009 journal article

Haptic feedback and students' learning about levers: unraveling the effect of simulated touch

Computers & Education, 53(2), 667–676.

By: E. Wiebe n, J. Minogue n, M. Jones n, J. Cowley n & D. Krebs n

TL;DR: The results indicate that while the total fixation time on the levers and numeric readout was greater for the visual and haptic group, very similar patterns of visual attention were seen between groups and perhaps surprisingly, the visual only group scored higher on an embedded assessment. (via Semantic Scholar)
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