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This study examined the effect of perceived indoor thermal comfort of a personal learning environment on students' performances of the visual search task. To do this, 11 participants who attended a high school completed the scale of indoor thermal comfort in the simulated learning environment and they performed the visual search task which reflects selective attention. As a result, there was a strong negative correlation between indoor thermal comfort and visual search task performancedoi:10.11648/j.pbs.20140306.11 fatcat:45phansjk5b4llw7tdcdla2zky