New eye-tracking study published under co-authorship of Doris Holzberger

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A new study named “Connecting Judgment Process and Accuracy of Student Teachers: Differences in Observation and Student Engagement Cues to Assess Student Characteristics” was published in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Education. The study investigated via eye-tracking how student teachers with high and low judgment accuracy differ with regard to their eye movements as a behavioral and utilization of student cues as a cognitive activity. The findings highlight the importance of behavioral and cognitive operations in judgment processes to explain the accuracy of judgment performance by teachers.