How role distribution influences choice of spatial reference frames in a virtual collaborative task

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Pouliquen-Lardy , Lauriane; Milleville-Pennel , Isabelle; Guillaume , François; Mars , Franck;
  • Publisher: Universität Bremen / Universität Freiburg
  • Subject: [ SCCO.PSYC ] Cognitive science/Psychology

International audience; We investigated the effects of role distribution on individuals' choice of reference frames in a two-person task. Pairs of participants had to move a virtual block in a constraint immersive virtual environment: only one of them could manipulate t... View more
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