International Association of CyberPsychology, Training, and Rehabilitation
There's a growing presence of bioelectronic med in healthcare & w/Monarch System offering the 1st non-surgical alternative to vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) & deep brain stimulation (DBS) (which requires surgical implantation of a device in a patient's chest, neck & brain) bioelect tech is now providing patients a realistic…Continue
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By 2022 Japan’s robot…Continue
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Objectifying emotions previously thought hidden from conscious…Continue
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Move your ass and the mind follows.
Or is that the other way round?
Anyway pull up a stool that glows and give this a whirl.
Beats balancing on your hands...…Continue
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. . .it involves a cellular function of the endothelial cells which make up the blood vessel walls -- when chronically or traumatically exposed to stress hormones such as cortisol or adrenaline -- they become dysfunctional. This dysfunction leads to the walls of the endothelial cells constricting. …
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Technology allowing for "virtual communication" of touch, smell and taste -- by digitally delighting these senses -- can go a long long way to increasing the sense of presence. It may also provide some important therapeutic…Continue
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Introducing the Wunderkammer as a VR-emotionally evocative tool for emotion research
(Applying Eye Tracking, Unconstrained Gaze and Movement Pattern)Continue
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VR-integrated, mobile eye-track device (EyeSync) shows how methods to determine concussive/traumatic injury can enhance learning/education. . .…Continue
People with disabilities have been @ the forefront of technology innovation.
What can their creative uses of and adaptions to online social interaction teach us?
Focusing on the experiences of people w/disabilities in “virtual worlds,” three-dimensional, immersive-VRE (virtual reality…Continue
Added by Randy Eady on December 16, 2017 at 7:04am — No Comments
At present, spatial sound is rapidly gaining broader recognition as our media are moving towards 3-dimensional representations using virtual reality, augmented reality or 360-video technologies. The coming-of-age of a creative discipline opening up ways of expressing and communicating with sound that were not possible before. Sound is being represented spatially ever more accurately with evolving technologies that takes us beyond a mere…Continue
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Added by Bradly Alicea on December 29, 2011 at 1:20am — No Comments
Who can share CAVE programs to do psychology-related studies?
I am seeking programs to be used in CAVE. I mean research programs to study perception, emotions, effectiveness of exposure or training, etc.
We have now a fully ready-to-use CAVE system at Moscow U. We have not enough software developers to write applications on our legal VIRTOOLS. We need any sort of research applications - first to teach students, and 2nd to do studies. We are open…Continue
Added by Alexander E. Voiskounsky on September 27, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments
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The National Library of Medicine's Mobile Medline Plus builds on the NLM's MedlinePlus Internet service, which provides authoritative consumer health information to over 10 million visitors per month. These visitors access MedlinePlus (http://medlineplus.gov) from throughout the United States as well many other countries, and use desktop computers, laptops and even mobile devices to get there.…Continue
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