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Uploaded on Jun 3, 2010

Two psychology professors at SMU are using virtual reality to help young women recognize unwanted sexual advances and learn ways to prevent it. The study is designed to take women on a virtual date simulating a party or being alone in a parked car. Research has shown that the use of virtual reality can enhance efforts at teaching girls and young women how to respond and recognize to sexually threatening situation.

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