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This paper compares a large-screen display to a non-stereo head-mounted display (HMD) for a virtual human (VH) experience. As VH experiences are increasingly being applied to training, it is important to understand the effect of immersive displays on user interaction with VHs. Results are reported from a user study (n=27) of 10 minute human-VH interactions in a VH experience which allows medical students to practice communication skills with VH patients. Results showed that student self-ratingsdoi:10.1109/vr.2008.4480764 dblp:conf/vr/JohnsenL08 fatcat:styaqb33cvh6vjrd4anecui4fq