The omission of emotional arousal in the design of these VEs may be reducing the effectiveness of the training being conducted. Research using rats, discussed in detail in the next chapter, has shown that emotional arousal (particularly fear) regulates long-term memory storage. As such, this research investigates the plausibility that emotional arousal (in this case stress) in humans could serve as one possible method for transferring material taught in a virtual environment to long-term memory storage.
Originally posted by Eugene Kononov:
Now, I want to make it very clear, Al: working for the government agencies is just another kind of job, as long as you feel comfortable with it. It's irreleveant how other people feel about it.!
Originally posted by chinedu efoagui:
IT HAS TO BE NIGERIA COME ON .
TAKE A BOW!!!
Originally posted by Mapraputa Is:
P.S. I worked on my English this weekend, so I am pretty sure I did not make any mistake in the above anecdote...