Effect of Observing a Virtual Double on Paranoia in Social Virtual Environments: Experiment Preliminary Presentation
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We present an experiment designed to investigate whether seeing a virtual double performing an action in a social context can impact participants’ psychological state. With the help of a 3D scanning process, we are interested in exposing participants suffering from moderate paranoid thinking to a ubiquitous social situation where they see their virtual double carry out a social interaction task, in order to observe if this can reduce anxiety and paranoia levels prior to carrying out the task themselves.
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