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SPRiG Seminar - Virtual Reality for Mental Health - Shared screen with speaker view
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17:44
Sheriff Orekan
Fran Stafford
18:09
Frances Stafford
Hattie
18:34
Hattie Sharp
Andrew Tait
18:35
Andrew Tait
InayatM
18:36
hello.
Kieran Ali
18:42
Kieran Ali
David
18:50
David Philip
AlmeidaA
18:55
Ana Marta Almeida
Hazel Frost
18:59
Hazel Frost
BakerS001
19:52
simon baker
AbbaslouP
22:06
peyman abbaslou
Ain Nizam
22:21
Ain Nizam
HarrisonL002
22:26
Lynne Harrison
Kathryn Greenwood
22:32
HI susan, could you clarify why you are taking a register?
Abbi
22:51
Abbi Childs
Kate Hill
22:59
Katherine Hill
Svenja Vorthmann
23:14
Svenja Vorthmann
Fatima Mian
23:33
Fatima Mian
ReadJ
29:21
jason read
Nektarios Kouvarakis
29:53
Nektarios Kouvarakis
Zack
37:52
Would you be able to expand a little on cyber-sickness? is this a specific term and what symptoms it comprises?
GordonJ001
38:10
Jackie Gordon
Kathryn Greenwood
38:13
Thanks Zack we will come back to this at the end
Dr Graham Campbell
41:52
I played a VR game once (and strange haunted house game) where you moved around quite quickly with a joypad. I.m sure I went green with cyber-sickness - very very nauseated. Not the same with all VR experiences.
Kathryn Greenwood
50:20
HI everyone - do post questions into the chat and we will come back to these in the discussion shorty.
Dr Graham Campbell
53:49
Do you also independently measure the degree of immersion in the VR experience? My understanding is that some people are able to lose themselves in the experience, and find it more believable, than others.
Ewan Radmall
56:36
Do some people find the VR experience of social situations too intense?
Eugenia
56:53
Thank you very much for this...it is interesting
Nicola
58:15
Could VR be used for PTSD exposure therapy ?
Elea Drews Windeck
59:42
Three questions (1) When VR is being used with clinical populations, does it happen that the use of VR can become a new "safety behaviour", i.e. that the behaviour is only changed when using the headsets? (2) How do can you overcome the problem of high drop-out rates (what mechanisms can be implemented)? (3) Having influenced state paranoia with VR is that likely to spill over to trait paranoia if used frequently enough?
john kapp
01:00:45
This seems to be a breakthrough in therapeutic intervention. Can therapists buy the technology?
ReadJ
01:01:03
is there any training for therapeutic VR interventions in psychosis?
Eugenia
01:01:44
Is VR then a type of psychotherapy or classed as alternative therapy?
A Doraiswamy
01:02:34
How long do you think an average patient will take to respond, for eg: Anxiety and phobic conditions.
A Doraiswamy
01:03:40
when would you recommend VR, whether soon after acute episodes or after a period of stability.
Zack
01:11:34
In terms of resources (costs & time), how much would you approximate it costs to deliver the treatment per individual? If this is answerable
Lucia Valmaggia
01:13:44
mark van der gaag wim veling
A Doraiswamy
01:15:12
thank you.
Zack
01:15:19
Thank you so much!
Eugenia
01:15:19
Thanks very much
Nicola
01:15:20
Thank you!
Svenja Vorthmann
01:15:22
Thank you so much!
Nik Gkampranis
01:15:32
Thank you!
ellie
01:15:35
Thank you :)
InayatM
01:15:39
Thank you
Kate Hill
01:15:48
Fascinating, thank you
GordonJ001
01:16:01
Many thanks for this, enjoyed seeing how young people responded so positively x
Jamie Moffatt
01:16:02
jamie.moffatt@sussex.ac.uk
Gurprit Pannu
01:16:42
great presentation - thanks for a useful hour
David
01:17:16
thank you
Peter
01:17:26
Thank you :)
ChintalaS
01:17:32
thank you
Dr Graham Campbell
01:17:42
Great talk.Exciting developments.Can't wait to use it.