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Nichola Callow, Dan Jiang, Ross Roberts, and Martin G. Edwards

simulator task when combining IVI with KIN than when using IVI alone. We made this hypothesis based on the underlying neuroscientific explanations presented earlier that the IVI and KIN combination should provide a richer cognitive representation (or functional equivalence; Jeannerod, 1994 , 2001 ) and be

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Stewart T. Cotterill

evoking experiences that are the same as, or at least similar to, the real world. Examples of this evidence base in other domains include the perceptual and motor-demands assessment for VR in rehabilitation ( Cairolli et al., 2017 ) and face validation of a VR simulator for shoulder arthroscopy ( Rahm

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Emma Mosley, Zöe L. Wimshurst, and Emma Kavanagh

Measures using Tobii 2 eye tracking glasses (Tobii, Sweden) while the athlete was driving in a simulator The key areas of improvement from the visual assessment were identified as eye–hand coordination, dynamic visual acuity, visual overload, eye speed, and peripheral awareness (which was observed to be

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Thomas Romeas, Basil More-Chevalier, Mathieu Charbonneau, and François Bieuzen

session to document workload and to provide a comparison between 360VR and full VR. Motion Sickness The Simulator Sickness Questionnaire was used to measure motion sickness, a phenomenon that can be experienced when using VR and that could affect task performance. The questionnaire was administered to the

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Veronique Richard, Béatrice Lavoie-Léonard, and Thomas Romeas

). The simulator sickness questionnaire was used to measure motion sickness, a phenomenon that can be experienced when using VR and that could affect task performance ( Kennedy et al., 1993 ). The questionnaire was administered to the participants before and after the preevaluation 360VR test to avoid

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Jérémie Verner-Filion, Benjamin J. I. Schellenberg, Maylys Rapaport, Jocelyn J. Bélanger, and Robert J. Vallerand

males. Research is needed to replicate these effects using other assessments of emotions (e.g., informant or observer reports), adopting experimental manipulations of successes and failures (e.g.,  Nummenmaa & Niemi, 2004 ) on the golf course, or using a golf and/or putting simulator with more inclusive

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Hannah Dorling, Jieg Blervacq, and Yori Gidron

self-efficacy for negotiating with partners about condom use than did HE. Finally, Gidron et al 24 found that PI led to reduced tendencies for road hostility and to less traffic accidents in a simulator than did brief awareness interventions. However, to the best of our knowledge, prior to the present

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Theresa C. Hauge, Garrett E. Katz, Gregory P. Davis, Kyle J. Jaquess, Matthew J. Reinhard, Michelle E. Costanzo, James A. Reggia, and Rodolphe J. Gentili

measuring workload in a flight simulator . Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 90 ( 7 ), 618 – 623 . 10.3357/AMHP.5350.2019

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Konstantina Katsoulis, Liza Stathokostas, and Catherine E. Amara

% ( Bottaro et al., 2007 ). Driving simulation In HI, movement and reaction time from the “gas” to the “break” (when a red light was presented) were simulated ( Webber & Porter, 2010 ) and changed nonsignificantly by 8% and 2%. In LO, a driving simulator was used ( Sayers & Gibson, 2012 ) to test two

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Edward K. Coughlan, A. Mark Williams, and Paul R. Ford

Cognition, 40 , 449 – 458 . PubMed ID: 24001022 doi:10.1037/a0034302 Crochet , P. , Aggarwal , R. , Dubb , S.S. , Ziprin , P. , Rajaratnam , N. , Grantcharov , T. , … Darzi , A. ( 2011 ). Deliberate practice on a virtual reality laparoscopic simulator enhances the quality of surgical