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Schuemie, M. J., van der Straaten, P., Krijn, M., & van der Mast, C. A. P. G. (2001). Research on presence in virtual reality: A survey. Cyberpsychology & Behavior, 4(2), 183–201. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1089/109493101300117884
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1557-8364
BibTeX citation key: Schuemie2001
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Categories: General
Keywords: Immersion, Presence
Creators: Krijn, van der Mast, Schuemie, van der Straaten
Publisher: Mary Ann Liebert
Collection: Cyberpsychology & Behavior
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Abstract
"Virtual Reality (VR) is starting to be used in psychological therapy around the world. How- ever, a thorough understanding of the reason why VR is effective and what effect it has on the human psyche is still missing. Most research on this subject is related to the concept of presence. This paper gives an up-to-date overview of research in this diverse field. It starts with the most prevailing definitions and theories on presence, most of which attribute spe- cial roles for the mental process of attention and for mental models of the virtual space. A re- view of the phenomena thought to be effected by presence shows that there is still a strong need for research on this subject because little conclusive evidence exists regarding the rela- tionship between presence and phenoma such as emotional responses to virtual stimuli. An investigation shows there has been substantial research for developing methods for measur- ing presence and research regarding factors that contribute to presence. Knowledge of these contributing factors can play a vital role in development of new VR applications, but key knowledge elements in this area are still missing."
  
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