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virtual reality exposure therapy

Psychiatry An exposure therapy using artificial or computer-generated sensory experiences, which may be effective for treating phobic disorders. See Phobic disorder.
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Prior to 2013 the quality of research for virtual reality therapy to enhance UL motor recovery post-stroke was relatively low (Laver, et al.
She is utterly petrified when she attempts to tackle a very common anxiety, her phobia, with modern virtual reality therapy.
Biddiss, "Clinician and child assessment of virtual reality therapy games for motor rehabilitation of cerebral palsy," Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.
WASHINGTON -- The use of D-cycloserine has promise as a way to augment the beneficial effects of virtual reality therapy of posttraumatic stress disorder, results of two recently published studies show.
The Indian Spinal Injuries Centre in Vasant Kunj has started a virtual reality therapy, with the help of video games, with an aim to help physiotherapy patients as well as those suffering from cerebral palsy, stroke, traumatic brain injury, autism and other conditions.
Discussion: Virtual reality therapy is a very beneficial treatment method that can be used in CP rehabilitation and can improve psychological adaptation.
But for soldiers, virtual reality therapy could also have a preventative aspect.
The randomized trials considered more scientifically rigorous randomly assigned two groups of patients to get either standard or virtual reality therapy.
Trends in augmentative and alternative communication systems are described along with adaptive seating interventions, physical access solutions, microswitch-based programs, and virtual reality therapy.
Is video homework of benefit when patients don't respond to virtual reality therapy for driving phobia?
Virtual reality therapy employs similar techniques based on the idea that the brain can be deceived.
In Virtual reality therapy for anxiety disorders: Advances in evaluation and treatment.

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