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NEW DIMENSIONS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF VIRTUAL REALITY INDUCED SIDE EFFECTS EXPLORING NEW DIMENSIONS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF VIRTUAL REALITY INDUCED SIDE EFFECTS

@inproceedings{Bouchard2012NEWDI,
  title={NEW DIMENSIONS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF VIRTUAL REALITY INDUCED SIDE EFFECTS EXPLORING NEW DIMENSIONS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF VIRTUAL REALITY INDUCED SIDE EFFECTS},
  author={S. Bouchard and Genevi{\`e}ve Robillard and P. Renaud and François Bernier},
  year={2012}
}
Two issues are increasingly of interests in the scientific literature regarding virtual reality induced unwanted side effects: (a) the latent structure of the Simulator Sickness Questionnaire (SSQ), and (b) the overlap between anxiety symptoms and unwanted side effects. Study 1 was conducted with a sample of 517 participants. A confirmatory factor analysis clearly supported a two-factor model composed of nausea and oculomotor symptoms. To tease-out symptoms of anxiety from negative side effects… Expand

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