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Virtual reality environments for psycho-neuro-physiological assessment and rehabilitation

Virtual reality environments for psycho-neuro-physiological assessment and rehabilitation
Virtual reality environments for psycho-neuro-physiological assessment and rehabilitation

Virtual Reality Environments for Psychoneurophysiological Assessment and Rehabilitation - is an European Community funded project (Telematics for health - HC 1053 http://www.etho.be/ht-projects/vrepar/) whose aim is: - to develop a PC based virtual reality system (PC-VRS) for the medical market that can be marketed at a price which is accessible to its possible end-users (hospitals, universities and research centres) and which would have the modular, connectability and interoperability characteristics that the existing systems lack; - to develop three hardware/software modules for the application of the PC VRS in psychoneurophysiological assessment and rehabilitation. The chosen development areas are eating disorders (bulimia, anorexia and obesity), movement disorders (Parkinson's disease and torsion dystonia) and stroke disorders (unilateral neglect and hemiparesis). This paper presents the rationale of the different approaches and the methodology used.

Assessment, Body image, Eating disorders, Kinematic and electromyographic patterns, Movement control, Movement disorders, Rehabilitation, Stroke disorders, Unilateral visual neglect, Virtual reality
34-45
IOS Press
Riva, G.
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Bolzoni, M.
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Carella, F.
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Galimberti, C.
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Griffin, M. J.
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Luongo, R.
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Poerschmann, C.
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Rovetta, A.
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Rushton, S.
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Selis, C.
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Wann, J.
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Riva, G.
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Carella, F.
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Galimberti, C.
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Griffin, M. J.
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Lewis, C. H.
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Luongo, R.
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Mardegan, P.
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Melis, L.
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Rovetta, A.
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Rushton, S.
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Selis, C.
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Riva, G., Bolzoni, M., Carella, F., Galimberti, C., Griffin, M. J., Lewis, C. H., Luongo, R., Mardegan, P., Melis, L., Molinari-Tosatti, L., Poerschmann, C., Rovetta, A., Rushton, S., Selis, C. and Wann, J. (1997) Virtual reality environments for psycho-neuro-physiological assessment and rehabilitation. In, Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, , (doi:10.3233/978-1-60750-883-0-34), 39) IOS Press, pp. 34-45. (doi:10.3233/978-1-60750-883-0-34).

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Virtual Reality Environments for Psychoneurophysiological Assessment and Rehabilitation - is an European Community funded project (Telematics for health - HC 1053 http://www.etho.be/ht-projects/vrepar/) whose aim is: - to develop a PC based virtual reality system (PC-VRS) for the medical market that can be marketed at a price which is accessible to its possible end-users (hospitals, universities and research centres) and which would have the modular, connectability and interoperability characteristics that the existing systems lack; - to develop three hardware/software modules for the application of the PC VRS in psychoneurophysiological assessment and rehabilitation. The chosen development areas are eating disorders (bulimia, anorexia and obesity), movement disorders (Parkinson's disease and torsion dystonia) and stroke disorders (unilateral neglect and hemiparesis). This paper presents the rationale of the different approaches and the methodology used.

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Published date: 1997
Keywords: Assessment, Body image, Eating disorders, Kinematic and electromyographic patterns, Movement control, Movement disorders, Rehabilitation, Stroke disorders, Unilateral visual neglect, Virtual reality
Organisations: University of Southampton

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Local EPrints ID: 406247
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/406247
PURE UUID: 5650593d-cce3-4eca-940c-d8eaae7774f9
ORCID for M. J. Griffin: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0743-9502

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Author: G. Riva
Author: M. Bolzoni
Author: F. Carella
Author: C. Galimberti
Author: M. J. Griffin ORCID iD
Author: C. H. Lewis
Author: R. Luongo
Author: P. Mardegan
Author: L. Melis
Author: L. Molinari-Tosatti
Author: C. Poerschmann
Author: A. Rovetta
Author: S. Rushton
Author: C. Selis
Author: J. Wann

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