Virtual Reality to Help Treat Paranoia

In a research at Oxford University funded by Medical Research Council thirty patients suffering with paranoia were successfully treated with the help of Virtual Reality. The recreations aided the patients to study social circumstances they dreaded were really safe. The study was headed by Professor Daniel Freeman who is a clinical psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry at the Oxford University.

The thirty patients were divided into two groups; one group was asked to behave like they usually do in ...

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