Physiological ResPonses to ViRtual selVes and ViRtual otheRs

@inproceedings{Fox2012PhysiologicalRT,
  title={Physiological ResPonses to ViRtual selVes and ViRtual otheRs},
  author={Jesse Fox and Jeremy N. Bailenson and Tony Ricciardi},
  year={2012}
}
Previous research indicates that photorealistic virtual representations (i.e., agents and avatars) of the self can influence attitude and behavior change. this study was designed to test participants’ physiological reactions to exercising or still agents that resembled the self or a stranger. a within-subjects experiment tested participants’ (n = 10) skin conductance in response to running and loitering virtual selves (created from participants’ photographs) and virtual others. Participants… CONTINUE READING
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