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Virtual Reality and Social Skills Training for Students with Behavioral Disorders: Applications, Challenges and Promising Practices
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Education and Treatment of Children Volume 17, Number 4, ISSN 0748-8491

Abstract

This article describes virtual reality (VR) technology and discusses its potential application to the teaching of social skills to children and youth with behavior disorders through the use of interactive role plays. Limitations of the current technology and difficulties inherent in modeling simulations of human behavior are noted, as are implications for future research and development. (Author/DB)

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Muscott, H.S. & Gifford, T. (1994). Virtual Reality and Social Skills Training for Students with Behavioral Disorders: Applications, Challenges and Promising Practices. Education and Treatment of Children, 17(4), 417. Retrieved March 31, 2020 from .

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