About This Project
Virtual reality (VR) video games are poised to become commercially available. Some parents are concerned such games may impact children's behavioral health. Yet little is known about this empirically. This project will fund commercial VR technology for Stetson's psychotechnology lab to allow us to study youth and VR technology experimentally. Using randomized experiments we plan to examine issues including aggression, stress reduction and cooperation.
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