David Heathcote

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A projection-augmented model is a type of nonimmersive, coincident haptic and visual display that uses a physical model as a three-dimensional screen for projected visual information. Supporting all physiological depth cues and two sensory modalities should create a strong sense of the object's existence. However, conventional measures of presence have been(More)
OBJECTIVE Systematic reviews highlight a broad range of cancer-related post-traumatic stress disorder (CR-PTSD) prevalence estimates in cancer survivors. This meta-analysis was conducted to provide a prevalence estimate of significant CR-PTSD symptoms and full diagnoses to facilitate the psychological aftercare of cancer survivors. METHODS A systematic(More)
Previous empirical work has suggested that performance in using the Web as an information resource deteriorates when the cognitive load imposed by the content of Web pages exceeds the cognitive capacity of the user [3], [7]. This problem is particularly pronounced in users with below average cognitive capacity. The work reported in this paper describes the(More)
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