Influence of individual factors on presence

  title={Influence of individual factors on presence},
  author={Ana Sacau and Jari Laarni and Tilo Hartmann},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
The present paper is a review of the role of individual factors in Spatial Presence. If Spatial Presence is a subjective mental phenomenon psychological factors must have an important role on it. Our review shows that, even though many authors claim about the need for a better understanding about this relation, empirical evidence is still very limited. Personality-related factors as absorption, and the capability to be immersed show to have an influence on the sense of Presence. Additional… CONTINUE READING
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