Conceptual priming as a determinant of presence in virtual environments

@inproceedings{Nunez2003ConceptualPA,
  title={Conceptual priming as a determinant of presence in virtual environments},
  author={D. Nunez and E. Blake},
  booktitle={AFRIGRAPH '03},
  year={2003}
}
  • D. Nunez, E. Blake
  • Published in AFRIGRAPH '03 2003
  • Computer Science
  • Many presence studies show the importance of display variables in determining presence. However, very little empirical evidence exists to support the notion of "the suspension of disbelief" or other psychological determinants of presence. We argue from a cognitive presence perspective that presence can be considered as an extension of perception, a process which is known to be significantly affected by the perceiver's mental state. We support our argument by presenting the results of a large… CONTINUE READING

    Figures, Tables, and Topics from this paper.

    Explore Further: Topics Discussed in This Paper

    The role of content preference on thematic priming in virtual presence
    • 10
    • Open Access
    Plausibility illusion in virtual environments
    • 10
    Improving Presence Theory Through Experiential Design
    • 29
    • Open Access
    Presence, Narrative and Schemata
    • 19
    • Open Access
    Effects of Social Priming on Social Presence with Intelligent Virtual Agents
    • 10
    • Open Access
    Learning, Experience, and Cognitive Factors in the Presence Experiences of Gamers: An Exploratory Relational Study
    • 19
    • Open Access
    Content knowledge and thematic inertia predict virtual presence
    • 13
    • Open Access
    Presence predicts false memories of virtual environment content
    Real virtuality: a step change from virtual reality
    • 34

    References

    Publications referenced by this paper.
    SHOWING 1-10 OF 11 REFERENCES
    Measuring Presence in Virtual Environments: A Presence Questionnaire
    • 3,737
    • Highly Influential
    • Open Access
    Representations Systems, Perceptual Position, and Presence in Immersive Virtual Environments
    • 284
    • Highly Influential
    • Open Access
    Measuring Presence: A Response to the Witmer and Singer Presence Questionnaire
    • 612
    • Highly Influential
    • Open Access
    Presence: concept, determinants, and measurement
    • 516
    • Highly Influential
    On Selecting the Right Yardstick
    • 57
    • Highly Influential
    Further Musings on the Psychophysics of Presence
    • 219
    • Highly Influential
    • Open Access
    A Conceptual Model of the Sense of Presence in Virtual Environments
    • 213
    • Highly Influential
    • Open Access
    Taking steps: the influence of a walking technique on presence in virtual reality
    • 574
    • Highly Influential
    • Open Access
    Defining virtual reality: dimensions determining telepresence
    • 3,669
    • Highly Influential
    • Open Access
    The representation of knowledge in memory
    • 688
    • Highly Influential