Predicting the Efficacy of Simulator-based Training Using a Perceptual Judgment Task Versus Questionnaire-based Measures of Presence

@article{Wallis2013PredictingTE,
  title={Predicting the Efficacy of Simulator-based Training Using a Perceptual Judgment Task Versus Questionnaire-based Measures of Presence},
  author={Guy M. Wallis and Jennifer Tichon},
  journal={PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments},
  year={2013},
  volume={22},
  pages={67-85}
}
The quality of a virtual environment, as characterized by factors such as presence and fidelity, is of interest to developers and users of simulators for many reasons, not least because both factors have been linked to improved outcomes in training as well as a reduced incidence of simulator sickness. Until recently, most approaches to measuring these factors have been based on subjective, postexposure questioning. This approach has, however, been criticized because of the shortcomings of self… CONTINUE READING

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