Perception of Skill in Visual Problem Solving: An Analysis of Interactive Behaviors, Personality Traits, and the Dunning-Kruger Effect

Bonnie Chen, Emily Wall

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Figure 1 shows perceived performance as a function of actual performance measured by movement counts. X-axis represents four quartiles divided by move counts; Y-axis represents percentile ranking. Figure 2 shows the correlation between personality traits and perceived/actual move count. We detected a statistically non-significant positive correlation between conscientiousness traits and actual move count. There also exists a weak negative correlation between neuroticism traits and perceived move counts. Figure 3 shows movement path triggered by different personality traits.

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