New Editorial Alert: “Navigating the Medical Metaverse: Using Objective Measures to Stay on Course” is now featured in the Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking Journal, published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishers.
“For those of us who pioneered VR therapy three decades ago, the ability to incorporate in-person VR, teleVR, and the metaverse to allow patients to access effective VR treatment wherever they are located was a distant dream. This tribrid VR therapy1 modality is only possible now because technology has flown so far, so fast…”
New Editorial Alert: “The Path Forward: Self-Management Strategies for Long COVID” is now featured in the Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking Journal, published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishers.
In the midst of the ongoing pandemic, the need to understand and manage Long COVID is more important than ever. This editorial explores the complexities of Long COVID, a condition affecting millions worldwide with a wide range of life-altering symptoms.
Excited to offer a special link to read our new article for the next 30 days, free online: https://bit.ly/4awThX1
Predicting Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatment Response Using Heart Rate Variability to Virtual Reality Environment and Modified Stroop Task: An Exploratory Study JM Pyne, JI Constans, BK Wiederhold, S Jegley, A Rabalais, B Hu, MC Weber, KD Hinkson and MD Wiederhold
CYBERPSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, AND SOCIAL NETWORKING JOURNAL Volume 26, Number 12, 2023
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. DOI: 10.1089/cyber.2023.0164
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Cyberpsychology Behavior, and SocialNetworking Journal Mary Ann Liebert Inc. Publishers, “Virtual Reality Visual Perceptual Plastic Training Promotes Retinal Structure and Macular Function Recovery in Glaucoma Patients”
“The future of medical extended reality (medical XR) must be built upon the successes and the failures of the past to move forward realistically,” Wiederhold said.
“We’re putting [anxiety] patients into the environment. We’re having them confront what they’re afraid of, change that physiological response, that cognitive response, having them confront those emotions and then having them do behavioral change so that they can translate that and no longer have that fear or phobia in the real-world setting,” she says.
Trauma can manifest in a range of long-term effects on mental and physical health, ranging from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to an increased risk of developing chronic disease and substance-related disorders…”
“Even the most seasoned travelers can get a little anxious when the plane starts shaking…”
Dr. Brenda Wiederhold, a licensed clinical psychologist in San Diego, regularly sees patients who have an intense fear of flying. For more than two decades, she has successfully used both real-life scenarios and virtual reality to help expose patients to various flying scenarios, like airplane turbulence and take-offs.
Licensed in California, Virginia and Belgium, we value the opportunity technology offers to see our patients virtually to help them overcome their fears and phobias.