Virtual exercises to promote cognitive recovery in stroke patients: The comparison between HMD vs. screen exposure displays. Pedro Gamito, PhD Laboratory of Computational Psychology University Lusófona of Humanities and Technologies Lisbon , Portugal. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Virtual exercises to promote cognitive recovery in stroke patients: The comparison between HMD vs. screen exposure displays
Pedro Gamito, PhD
University Lusófona ofHumanitiesand Technologies
WMS mean scores (left figure) and RCF mean scores (right figure) to each experimental condition.
main effect of evaluation in WMS (F(1, 16) = 12.491; MSE = 117.813; p < 0.01) and RCF (F(1, 16) = 8.676; MSE = 19.709; p < 0.05)
no significant interaction effects were reported between factors (p > 0.05) in the WMS and RCF assessments
significant increase in WMS (M = 85.71; SD = 3.89 vs. M = 98.94; SD = 3.99) and RCF scores
TP mean scores to each experimental condition
attention increased from initial (M = 75.69; SD = 10.83) to final assessment (M = 108.56; SD = 16.23)
main effect of evaluation in the TP test (F(1, 16) = 15.935; MSE = 542.598; p < 0.01),
no significant interaction effects (p > 0.05)
using VR exercises aimed at training memory and attention functions in stroke patients.