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A Study on the Effect of Education Method for Adolescent`s Suicide Prevention Using HMD and Virtual Reality
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Effect of Education Method for Adolescent`s Suicide Prevention Using HMD and Virtual Reality
Lee, Yungil;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to develop the education content that induce energetically the adolescent`s participation and learning for the education of suicide prevention. In order to realize it, we suggested the novel education methods based on virtual reality and HMD (Head Mounted Display), and developed the prototype system. This study intends to evaluate the effect of the proposed prototype system as a new education method with experiment and survey. This approach can show us the different possibility of adolescent`s suicide prevention education.
 Keywords
Virtual Reality;Head Mounted Display;Suicide Prevention;Education Method;
 Language
Korean
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