Addressing cognitive style and eye tracking together, this book offers a new perspective on cognitive psychology and human behavior; at the same time, it defines a new application version for the Group Embedded Figures Test developed by Witkin and colleagues and applied in print, taking advantage of 21st century technological developments. This book not only contributes to the understanding of the concept of cognitive style but is also intended as a resource for readers who wish to follow the latest developments in this concept. The Group Embedded Figures Test, adapted to the computer environment, makes the analysis of cognitive style more accessible and brings with it the possibility of obtaining more detailed data in the analysis process. Test takers can now examine their cognitive styles in more detail using this new adapted form instead of a paper-and-pencil test. At the same time, eye-tracking technology combined with test administration allows us to observe participants' mental processes simultaneously. The developments presented in this study represent an important step forward in cognitive style and eye-tracking research. The book explains how computerized tests of cognitive style and eye-tracking technology are used and how the combination of these two tools contributes to cognitive psychology, thus introducing the reader to the importance of this innovative approach. This book offers an introduction to cognitive style analysis and eye-tracking research, exploring their applications and the interpretation of results. It also presents the results of two different studies in this area.