In the last decade, embodiment has dramatically influenced our conception of cognition. In this new frame, episodic memory, and particularly memory decline have been reinterpreted. Interventions supporting memory in the aging population address the connection between mind and body. Here, we discuss the use of Virtual Reality (VR) as an innovative tool to support episodic memory in older adults.

Repetto, C., Serino, S., Macedonia, M., Riva, G. (2016). Virtual reality as an embodied tool to enhance episodic memory in elderly. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7(NOV) [10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01839].

Virtual reality as an embodied tool to enhance episodic memory in elderly

Serino, Silvia;
2016

Abstract

In the last decade, embodiment has dramatically influenced our conception of cognition. In this new frame, episodic memory, and particularly memory decline have been reinterpreted. Interventions supporting memory in the aging population address the connection between mind and body. Here, we discuss the use of Virtual Reality (VR) as an innovative tool to support episodic memory in older adults.
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Embodied cognition; Embodied memory; Episodic memory; Memory training; Virtual reality;
English
2016
7
NOV
1839
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Repetto, C., Serino, S., Macedonia, M., Riva, G. (2016). Virtual reality as an embodied tool to enhance episodic memory in elderly. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7(NOV) [10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01839].
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