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Public perceptions on using Virtual Reality and Mobile Apps in Anxiety treatment
Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research
New technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR) and Mobile Apps are increasingly being developed and trialled therapeutically to help treat anxiety disorders. Despite this increasing market, there is little research on how the public perceive the incorporation of these innovative technologies in anxiety treatment. This study aimed to gauge the public's perceptions of using VR and mobile apps as a form of mental health treatment for anxiety. To do this, a survey was disseminated to those aged 18doi:10.31273/reinvention.v13i2.625 fatcat:76qvdxt4ujdqlak2ql56hmmpoq