Karin Roelofsoffline

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Professor of Experimental Psychopathology at the Behavioural Science Institute (BSI) and chair of the PI-group “Affective Neuroscience” at the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging (DCCN), Radboud University. Director of the EPAN Lab (www.epanlab.nl)

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  • Category
    Behavior Regulation
    Date
    23/04/2018
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    DUST: Decisions Under Stress Training - A Biofeedback Training in Virtual Reality for police officers

    About the project

    The work of a police officer can be seen as an evolutionary paradox: in places and situations where most people would fall prey to survival instincts of self-preservation, police officers ought to act calm, with proportionality and benevolence. This is why police officers need to train control over their responses to threat as much as possible. To enable this, we develop a virtual training environment with real-time biofeedback. We combine virtual reality and biofeedback to create a personalized, realistic training experience, while honing state-of-the-art technology and psychophysical theory.

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Isabela Granic
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Abele Michela
Researcher

Phd student working on a training program for Dutch Police incorporating Virtual Reality and Biofeedback.

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PhD-Candidate

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Evan Hirsch
Collaborator

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Jan Brammer

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PhD-Candidate

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