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Validating virtual reality for time perception research: Virtual reality changes expectations about the duration of physical processes, but not the sense of time

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Bogon, Johanna ; Högerl, Julian ; Kocur, Martin ; Wolff, Christian ; Henze, Niels ; Riemer, Martin
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 05 Oct 2023 11:40

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Immersive virtual reality (VR) provides a versatile method for investigating human time perception, because it allows the manipulation and control of relevant variables (e.g., the speed of environmental changes) that cannot be modified in the real world. However, an important premise for interpreting the results of VR studies, namely that the method itself does not affect time perception, has ...


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