Influencia de la tecnofobia y otras características individuales en la experiencia de Realidad Virtual de personas mayores

Palabras clave: Personas mayores, Realidad virtual, Tecnofobia, Disfrute, Presencia, Percepción espacial

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Barranco Merino, Robi; Santiago Méndez, Gloria; Villanueva Martín, Antonio. Influencia de la tecnofobia y otras características individuales en la experiencia de Realidad Virtual de personas mayores. Paraninfo Digital. 2024; (38): e3824p. Disponible en: https://ciberindex.com/c/pd/e3824p [acceso: 19/07/2024]
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