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Issues in the design of a virtual Instrumental Activity of Daily Living (VIADL) for Executive Functions exploration

Abstract : Virtual reality (VR) shows promise for exploring executive functions (EF) deficits that often occur after brain damage. The objective of this poster is to present fundamental issues in the design of a virtual Instrumental Activity of Daily Living (vIADL) for EF exploration.
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Xue Cao, Evelyne Klinger, A.-S. Douguet, Philippe Fuchs. Issues in the design of a virtual Instrumental Activity of Daily Living (VIADL) for Executive Functions exploration. Virtual Rehabilitation International Conference - IEEE, Jun 2009, Haifa, Israel. pp.206. ⟨hal-00784493⟩

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