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Validation of VR-based Immersive High-altitude Scene in Inducing Stress Response
Liu, Juan1; Zhang, Yulin2; Wang, Zhubin2; Zhao, Guozhen2
Conference NameHuman Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting
Source PublicationProceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2019 Annual Meeting
Conference DateNovember 20, 2019
Conference PlaceSeattle, Washington
Contribution Rank2

Cognitive impairment under stress is a topic of concern in the field of human factors. Compared to traditional stress-inducing paradigms, the current study aimed to establish a repeatable and easy-to-operate stress-inducing paradigm and verify its effectiveness in inducing an individual’s stress response. A VR-based immersive high-altitude scene and a corresponding simulated long prop was created and three stress-inducing tasks (“experiencing the high-altitude”, “rescuing the cat”, and “avoiding flying birds”) were designed. A cognitive task (n-back) was nested into the VR scene as well to assess the effects of stress on the cognitive performance. Participants were asked to accomplish the three stress-inducing tasks on the long board and the same n-back task before and after the stress. Both reported stress level and salivary cortisol level were collected. Results showed that the current VR-based immersive high-altitude scene was able to induce an individual’s stress response according to both subjective and objective indices, which could reach the similar level as that of the previous VR-based Trier Social Stress Test (TSST) paradigm.

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Corresponding AuthorZhao, Guozhen
Affiliation1.Institute of Aviation Medicine, Air Force, P.R. China
2.Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China
Corresponding Author AffilicationInstitute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Liu, Juan,Zhang, Yulin,Wang, Zhubin,et al. Validation of VR-based Immersive High-altitude Scene in Inducing Stress Response[C],2019:2257-2261.
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