Tracking the eyes: The keys to consumers' plant preferences
from Today's Garden Center
Picture this: Researchers ask you to sit and gaze at plants from a retail store’s garden display. You look at a computer screen, which tracks how long your eyes take to focus on a visual cue and how long you fixate on it. Those cues can include what the plant looks like, a price tag or how it was grown.
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