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Virtual Reality in Teachers' Vocal Motor Behavior Acquisition (VirtuVox)

Scientific literature supports that teachers are at greater risk for voice disorders than the general population. In the classroom, the teacher's voice represents the main communication tool. Optimal voice use is indispensable to ensure effective teaching and preserve the teacher's vocal health. This project investigates how virtual reality (VR) facilitates the learning of effective vocal skills and their application in real-world contexts. Based on acoustic analyses and ...


Motor Learning Through Virtual Reality Task in Individuals With Down Syndrome

Background: Down syndrome (DS) has unique physical, motor and cognitive characteristics. Despite cognitive and motor difficulties, there is a possibility of intervention based on the knowledge of motor learning. However, it is important to study the motor learning process in individuals with DS during a virtual reality task to justify the use of virtual reality to organize intervention programs. The aim of this study was to analyze the motor learning process in individuals with...

Effect of Motor Imagery With Virtual Reality in Patients With Stroke

Virtual reality applications in hemiplegia rehabilitation are gaining popularity. It is claimed that, apart from implementing a function, imagining that function can trigger synaptic connections.


Motor Learning of Stroke Patients in Virtual Environments

The aim of this study is to assess the motor learning of patients with chronic stroke in virtual environments. Half the patients will undergo conventional therapy and half virtual reality training using virtual game. The study will also include healthy individuals matched for age, sex, schooling and hand laterality.

Virtual Reality to Improve Social Perspective Taking

This project will examine how virtual reality treatment that provides users with the alternate perspective of a virtual interpersonal interaction impacts psychological and neurobiological markers of social perspective taking in children with a disruptive behavior disorder. The investigators anticipate that experiencing a virtual encounter from a counterpart's point-of-view improves a child's perspective taking and alters brain function related to imagining another person's pain...

Immersive Virtual Reality for Neuropathic Pain

Investigating how neuropathic limb pain, including phantom limb pain or complex regional pain syndrome, is affected by virtual reality. While several studies have looked into virtual reality for treating this type of pain, few have used the latest immersive virtual reality hardware combined with motion control for an engaging virtual mirror therapy experience. The investigators are interested in studying the use of virtual reality as an alternative treatment option for these co...

Virtual Reality Device for Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients

This study will evaluate the potential efficacy and safety of using virtual reality gaming in conjunction to standard therapy regimen care as an approach to promote upper-limb motor recovery, cognitive function and quality of life after stroke. The investigators believe that allowing users to interact with a computer-simulated reality environment will result in a pleasant experience, which will likely result in motivation and therapy engagement.

The Use of Virtual Reality Goggles

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the effectiveness of virtual-reality audio-visual distraction goggles on pain and behavior scores in a population of 8-12 year old dental patients receiving routine dental care in an outpatient clinical setting.

Virtual Reality for Pain Management Study

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of computer generated imagery (CGI) 360° Video Virtual Reality (360° VVR) versus newly developed live-action 360° VVR film versions of Virtual Reality (VR) in reducing pain in hospital patients.

Study of the Impact of Implicit Motor Training in a Rehabilitation Programme in Frail Elderly Subjects

Even though cognitive-motor performances are impaired in frail elderly subjects compared with healthy elderly subjects, exercising cognitive-motor processes in an implicit manner can improve the carrying out of real actions in everyday life. No training programme using virtual reality and serious games oriented towards the perception/action system has been tested in frail elderly subjects. The expected results are: - In the short term, greater strengthening of motor...

A Randomised Controlled Trial Comparing the Impact of Virtual Reality, Paper and Pencil and Conventional Methods on Stroke Rehabilitation

Virtual Reality allows the integration of both cognitive and motor rehabilitation in a more ecologically valid context. The purpose of this study is to determine whether this methodology has more impact on stroke rehabilitation than a paper and pencil personalised program and conventional therapy, which is motor-focused.

Feasibility Study of a Virtual Reality Cognitive-motor Task Based on Positive Stimuli for Stroke Rehabilitation

The purpose of this study is to determine whether it is feasible to use a virtual reality task for stroke rehabilitation for training motor and cognitive (attention and memory) domains based on the use of positive stimuli, and to evaluate the potential benefits in comparison to standard rehabilitation.

Virtual Reality and Occupational Performance, Satisfaction, and Quality of Life of Older Adults

Older adult participants will complete eight immersive virtual reality (VR) sessions with the researcher, within five weeks (no more than two sessions per week may be scheduled). The screening process and assessment measures are not included in the five weeks of virtual reality. Sessions will consist of 30 minutes of use of the virtual reality goggles. During the virtual reality sessions, participants will select from a list of Oculus Go apps related to their self-identified oc...

The Effect of Virtual Reality on Motor Functioning and Participation Abilities Among Children With DCD

The subjet of this study is to explore the effect of using virtual reality environment at the clinic and at home (using Timocco) on the motor and participation abilities of children with DCD (Developmental Coordination Disorder). The study will examine the efficacy of using virtual reality gaming environment (Timocco) for treating children with DCD and the use of remote therapy, by shifting the focus of therapy from the clinic to the home environment, using the remote control ...

Impact of Pre-Sedation Virtual Reality Game on Post-Discharge Negative Behaviors in the Pediatric Emergency Department

The purpose of this study is to evaluate if a virtual reality (VR) distraction game played prior to procedural sedation for long bone fracture reduction will improve post-discharge negative behavior changes following discharge from the pediatric Emergency Department.

Virtual Reality in Reeducation : Application to Shoulder Affections

The objective of this study is to assess the interest and the efficiency of virtual reality in functional rehabilitation of shoulder pain and shoulder injuries. Participants will follow a 12-week rehabilitation program based either on exercises or on a program integrating virtual reality. Results obtained with classical rehabilitation will be compared with the one obtained virtual reality.

Virtual Reality for Upper Limb Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis

This study is aimed to test the efficacy and feasibility of an immersive virtual reality (VR) rehabilitation programs to improve upper-limb motor functions in 24 patients with multiple sclerosis (pwMS), characterized by moderate to severe upper-limb motor dysfunctions. In particular, this study will evaluate the efficacy of VR as novel opportunities to increase treatment engagement and rehabilitation effects. The effectiveness of the rehabilitation program will be assessed usi...

Virtual Reality Experience in First Trimester D&C

Virtual reality (VR) has been used in health care settings to decrease anxiety and pain. This project is a feasibility study to evaluate whether virtual reality can be used in the setting of a first trimester pregnancy termination by D&C and whether the use of virtual reality (VR) headsets can help decrease anxiety for patients during this procedure.

Pilot Study of Virtual Reality for Providing Exposure Therapy to Children

Drs. from the Mayo Clinic Rochester will plan and execute a feasibility study of the phase I prototype version of the Virtual Reality exposure therapy system. Dr. X, who has significant experience in evaluating patient experiences and opinions of technologies intended to change behavior, will oversee a qualitative study to examine the prototype system. Twenty children with generalized anxiety disorder with perfectionism who have received less than 3 treatment sessions and a par...

Training Using Immersive Virtual Reality

In this study, the investigators examine the cognitive load and performance of a laparoscopic procedure in immersive virtual reality and controlled virtual reality in a randomized, controlled setup. Virtual reality (VR) simulators combined with head mounted displays (HMDs) enable highly immersive virtual reality (IVR) for surgical skills training, potentially bridging the gap between the simulation environment and real-life operating room (OR) conditions. However, the increased...

Randomized Controlled Trial of Virtual Reality

Measure pain and anxiety during a putative painful medical procedure (i.e., botulinum toxin injections) when Virtual Reality is employed compared to standard of care only using a RCT study design.

VIrtual REality Glasses for the Enhancement of Acute BRACHYtherapy Tolerance for Endometrial Cancer Patients.

This randomized phase III multicenter trial aims to evaluate the impact of virtual reality helmets (visual and audio) during VCB in patients treated for endometrial cancer, in terms of pain and anxiety.

Cognitive-motor Rehabilitation Program Using Virtual Reality for Middle-aged Individuals at High Dementia Risk

The primary objective of this program is to apply a virtual reality (VR) cognitive-motor rehabilitation program to delay or slow cognitive decline of middle-aged adults who have a family history of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and thus are at particularly high risk of developing the disease.

Motor Learning in People With Cerebral Palsy by Using Virtual Reality.

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of permanent disorders that affect movement and posture due to a non-progressive lesion in the immature brain occurring in fetal brain development or in infancy. These disorders are often associated with changes in sensation, learning, body perception, communication and behavior. People with CP present variable difficulties in muscle action. With increasing access to computer-aided accessibility, rehabilitation programs have increasingly used virt...

Analysis of a Virtual Reality Task in Patients With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

The task consists in reach as much bubbles as they can, the bubbles appear on the screen of the computer and should be reached in 10 seconds. To accomplish that, three different devices will be used: (1) Kinect for Windows Microsoft - which consists of a sensor that captures body movements (including upper limbs). And (2) the Leap Motion (LMCH, Leap Motion, Inc., San Francisco, CA, USA), and (3) Touch Screen. To describe motor impairments was used the Motor Function Measure Sca...


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