Volume 17, Summer 2019


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Table of Contents

Preface v

Brenda K. Wiederhold, Giuseppe Riva and Scott M. Debb

Section I. Editorial

Virtual Reality meets Artificial Intelligence: The Emergence of Advanced Digital Therapeutics and Digital Biomarkers 3

Giuseppe Riva, Brenda K. Wiederhold, Daniele Di Lernia, Alice Chirico, Eleonora Francesca Maria Riva, Fabrizia Mantovani, Pietro Cipresso and Andrea Gaggioli

Section II. Critical Reviews

1. Cognitive Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Virtual Environments 11

Justin Asbee and Thomas Parsons

2. Cyberbehavior: A Bibliometric Analysis 17

Manuel J. Serafin, Gustavo R. Garcia-Vargas, María Del Pilar García-Chivita, Mario I. Caicedod and Juan C. Correra

3. Online Suicide Games: A Form of Digital Self-harm or A Myth? 25

Maria Bada and Richard Clayton

Section III. Evaluation Studies

4. Propensity to make social connections and structural social capital of SNS users 33

Yadviga Sinyavskaya and Alexander Porshnev

5. #Eating disorders and Instagram: What emotions do you express? 39

Clelia Malighetti, Alice Chirico, Simona Sciara and Giuseppe Riva

6. Effectively Integrating Cybersecurity into the Teaching of Sociology and Criminal Justice with Experiential Pedagogy 45

Carlene Buchanan Turner and Claude Turner

Section IV. Original Research

7. Towards an Advancement of Multisensory Integration Deficits in Anorexia Nervosa: Exploring Temporal Discrimination Processing of Visuo-Auditory Stimuli 53

Alice Chirico, Clelia Malighetti, Silvia Serino, Pietro Cipresso, Elisa Pedroli, Cosimo Tuena, Manuel Muratore, and Giuseppe Riva

8. Evaluation of cybersickness in a passive walking virtual reality cognitive exercise 59

Anne Cabral, Nusrat Choudhury, Catherine Proulx, Rola Harmouche, Elicia Kohlenberg and Patricia Debergue

9. Interactive Immersive Virtual Environments Cause Relaxation and Enhance Resistance to Acute Stress 65

Stefan Liszio and Maic Masuch

Section V. Clinical Observations

10. Craving and anxiety responses as indicators of the efficacy of Virtual Reality-Cue Exposure Therapy in patients diagnosed with alcohol use disorder 77

Alexandra Ghiţă, Olga Hernández-Serrano, Jolanda Ruiza, Miquel Monras, Lluisa Ortegac, Silvia Mondon, Lidia Teixidor, Antoni Gual, Bruno Porras- García, Marta Ferrer-García and José Gutiérrez-Maldonado

11. Attentional bias assessment in patients with alcohol use disorder: an eye-tracking study 83

Alexandra Ghiţă, Bruno Porras García, Manuel Moreno, Miquel Monras, Lluisa Ortega, Silvia Mondon, Lidia Teixido, Amadeu Obach I Vidal, Antoni Gual, José Antonio Aznar Casanova, Marta Ferrer García, Paola Bertomeu Panisello and José Gutiérrez Maldonado

12. Public speaking training in front of an imaginary or virtual audience: A randomized controlled trial 89

Ni Kang, Ding Ding, Dwi Hartanto, Willem-Paul Brinkman, and Mark A.Neerincx

13. Pain reduction with VR in Indigenous vs urban patients in ambulatory surgery 99

José Luis Mosso Vázquez, Gregorio Tomás Obrador, Dejanira Mosso Lara, José Luis Mosso Lara, Brenda K. Wiederhold, Verónica Lara Vaca, Ian Miller, Mark D. Wiederhold, Aaron Michael, John Lange and Sean Yu Gillette

14. Virtual Reality Pain Mitigation During Elective Cesarean Surgical Delivery 105

José Luis Mosso Vázquez, Dejanira Mosso Lara, Verónica Lara Vaca, Brenda K. Wiederhold, Ian Miller, Homero Rivas and Mark D. Wiederhold

Section VI. Work In Progress

15.The Link between Digital Disconnection and Death Anxiety: a Preliminary Study 115

Dave Harley

16. TwitterOSINT: Automated Open Source Intelligence Collection, Analysis & Visualization Tool 121

Mary Ann Hoppa, Scott M. Debb, George Hsieh, and Bigyan KC

17. Virtual Reality Air Travel Training with Autistic Individuals – Design considerations and future directions 129 

Ian T. Miller, Catherine S. Miller, Brenda K. Wiederhold and Mark D. Wiederhold

18 Assessing Pain with Virtual Reality: A Pilot Study for Landscape Art 137

Maureen Simmonds, Kyle Lepage and Tassilo Baeuerle

Section VII. Brief Communication

19. Virtual reality exposure with eye-gaze adaptive virtual cognitions 145

Ding Ding, Willem-Paul Brinkman and Mark A. Neerincx

20. Looking for the Right Swipe: Gender Differences in Self-Presentation on Tinder Profiles 149

Gordon P. D. Ingram, M. Isabela Enciso, Nathalia Eraso, Maria Jose Garcia, and Antonio Olivera-La Rosa

21. Virtual Reality and Minimal Analgesia Attenuate Pain During Spine Surgery 153

José Luis Mosso Vázquez, Patricia Canseco Aguilar, Dejanira Mosso Lara, Ian Miller, Brenda K. Wiederhold and Mark D. Wiederhold

22. Characteristics of Cybersecurity Victims at Clark Atlanta University 159

Medha Talpade and Roy George

Subject Index 164

Author Index 165

Giuseppe Riva,
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