A pilot study to investigate the use of social movement differences as a diagnostic aid for psychosis, using an interactive virtual reality avatar. Participants will be asked to take part in a mirror-movement task which assesses interactional synchrony
We will use a virtual reality avatar to find out if people with first episode psychosis or at risk of psychosis perform differently at a mirror-movement task, compared to people not at risk of psychosis.
|Alternative title||Social movement and psychosis|
|Effective start/end date||1/12/17 → 31/05/18|
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