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Diagnosing attention disorders in a virtual classroom

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The virtual classroom provides an efficient and scalable tool for conducting attention testing. The University of Southern California integrated media systems center and digital media works have partnered to develop virtual reality technology applications for the study, assessment, and rehabilitation of cognitive and functional processes. This work primarily focuses on the development of systems that address the special needs of clinical populations with central nervous system dysfunctions such as brain injury, learning disabilities, or neurological disorders.

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Computer  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 6 )