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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The present study examined the physiological responses collected during a route-learning and subsequent navigation task in a novel virtual environment. Additionally, participants were subjected to varying levels of environmental threat during the route-learning phase of the experiment to assess the impact of threat on consolidating route and survey knowledge of the directed path through the virtual environment. Physiological response measures were then utilized to develop multiple lineardoi:10.1007/978-3-642-39405-8_16 fatcat:wxs5yzlyufhkpb7wmtco37xx74