VR Could Trick Stroke Victims’ Brains Toward Recovery

October 15, 2017

Researchers at the University of Southern California are examining how virtual reality could promote brain plasticity and recovery. Read all about the research on

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Virtual Interviewers Prods Veterans to Reveal Post-Traumatic Stress

October 12, 2017

Talking – to a computer-generated interviewer named Ellie – appears to free soldiers and veterans who served in war zones to disclose symptoms of post-traumatic …

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PTSD Treatment: How AI Is Helping Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

October 12, 2017

The Institute for Creative Technologies at USC got lots of buzz for its original research, and introducing the world to Ellie, a digital diagnostic tool …

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Dr. Skip Rizzo and the Rise of Medical VR Therapy

October 10, 2017

Once thought to be a technology exclusively for entertainment, virtual reality applications pioneered by Albert “Skip” Rizzo, Ph.D. have provided life-changing therapeutic results for clients …

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Our Search for Meaning Produces Universal Neural Signatures

October 8, 2017

In an era dominated by heartbreaking headlines and divisive political rhetoric, a pioneering state-of-the-art brain imaging study reminds us of our human commonality and the …

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Reading Stories Creates Universal Patters in the Brain

October 7, 2017

New research shows that when we hear stories, brain patterns appear that transcend culture and language. There may be a universal code that underlies making …

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