Clinical Trials

NCT IdNCT04107532
TitleCognitive Behavioral Therapy Based on Virtual Reality and Biofeedback Technology
ConditionVirtual Reality Exposure Therapy
StudyTypeInterventional
OrganizationNanjing Medical University
Sponsor/CollaboratorsNanjing Medical University
StatusNot yet recruiting
GenderAll
AgeGroupAdult
Location (with distance)
DescriptionThe subjects were randomly assigned to VR treatment group and imaginary leak treatment group. In the VR treatment group, there were six VR exposure experiences, ranging from low to high levels of exposure, about 20 minutes each time, twice a week. During the course of treatment, physiological data such as skin electricity, skin temperature, heart rate and blood volume were measured, and the state of the subjects was evaluated more objectively. At the same time, every two minutes, the participants were asked the SUD value and recorded. AQ, ATHQ and BAT were recorded before treatment, after treatment and during the follow-up period of six months. The two groups were treated differently. n addition, at the beginning of this treatment program, an experimental study was added to understand the eye movement characteristics of patients with acrophobia. By viewing a group of high-altitude pictures, recording their eye movement characteristics and physiological feedback data, and scoring the anxiety level of each picture, and joining the normal control group, we can find a group of high-altitude pictures which can cause high-altitude fear in patients with high-altitude fear, and lay a foundation for future related research.