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Virtual Reality Judgment Abilities in Children

Abhishek B. P., Rohit Bhattacharya, Ritwik Jargar, Mesmin Rajkumar, Netra .


At younger age children may not be able to decide if a concept is real or not. Eventually with the development of reality judgment skills, the judgment skills are assumed to evolve with age. The study was carried out with the aim of investigating reality judgment abilities in typically developing children between 3–6 years of age. The participants were divided into three groups with a class interval of one year.  GIF stimulus was used as stimuli. A total of 15 correct and 15 incorrect GIF stimuli was randomised and presented to the participants. The participants were asked to carry out a judgment task and state if the stimulus was real or not. The performance showed a graded improvement with group 3 children performing better.


Keywords: Reality Judgment, Conceptual ability, action perception


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Abhishek BP, Bhattacharya R, Jargar R, et al. Virtual Reality Judgment Abilities in Children. Research & Reviews: Journal of Medical Science and Technology. 2019; 8(1): 25–28p.

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