Poster Session 1, March 21st, 2:00 pm

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1.A Belloni Carreras T.

An investigation through augmented reality.

2.A Brianzoni I.

Evaluation of recovery time following psychophysiological activations produced by mental imagery: an experimental study.

3.A Brussolo D.

AI literacy and well-being promotion models in community context.

4.A Collaro G.

An experimental test of autonomic activation in the condition of auditory hallucination.

5.A Daminato L.

How gender identity and expression fluctuate over time: a case series.

6.A Eichenberg C., Nissen P.

Suicidality in online therapy: an online survey among german-speaking therapists.

7.A Eichenberg C.

Virtual reality applications in trauma therapy: an online survey among trauma therapists.

8.A Herz M., Weber P.

Text and voice: the impact of communication on AI acceptance using the example of sexual education.

9.A Longo A. R.

Development and experimental monitoring of a humanoid robotic assistant for autism spectrum disorder patients: a pilot study.

10.A Ricon T.

Individual attitudes toward Generative artificial intelligence: divergent results from explicit and implicit methods.

11.A Savoia A.

Online protocol for the promotion of psychological flexibility during pregnancy: GESTA* an open-label pilot study.

12.A Viganò A.

Use of binaural sounds for stress relief.

13.A Vocaj E.

Embracing chatbot technology in mental health: a survey of young adults in Italy and Switzerland.

14.A Wang T.

Individual attitudes toward Generative artificial intelligence: divergent results from explicit and implicit methods.

Poster Session 2, March 22nd, 2:00 pm

1.B Battisti E.

Libet and virtual reality: new technologies supporting shared case formulation.

2.B Buattini M.

GPT algorithms for clinical use: can the chatbot provide a feedback on LIBET constructs?

3.B Carbone E.

Effects of Cybersickness: reviewing the literature regarding clinical and subclinical outcomes.

4.B Citterio F. S.

Public perceptions of Artificial Intelligence: an infodemiology study with sentiment analysis of tweets.

5.B Coluccia A.

Retrospective analysis of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders: integrating AI for enhanced diagnostic presion.

6.B Coluccia A.

Artificial Intelligence in dementia diagnosis: assessing the potential and addressing challenges in clinical integration.

7.B De Clara L.

Exploring immersive metaverse interventions: a preliminary study for anxiety reduction.

8.B Del Vecchio S.

My Cosmos, a gamified digital intervention to manage anxiety and depression.

9.B Della Rosa V.

Mum and dad are tired of feeling frustrated. Oli empowers.

10.B Ferrante L., Morabito G.

Implementing virtual reality in chronic pain management: a new mindfulness and compassion based protocol.

11.B Fietta V.

Towards a virtual stress management coach app: a co-design protocol.

12.B Genna F., Maione R.

How we sustain anxiety: a pilot study in a virtual environment.

13.B Lucchesi G.

Virtual exposure: addressing odontophobia through immersive technology: an experimental study.

14.B Ocera A., Colombo S.

MindMe: a human-centered approach to design a digital solution to manage stress for Italian University students.

15.B Pasqua E.

ARTIS: a digital interface to promote the rehabilitation of text comprehension difficulties through Artificial Intelligence.

16.B Prato L.

Use of digital technologies for the study of metacognitive skills: Eyes test, Happé test and psychophysiological responses.

17.B Ștefanache Ș.

A systematic review of the uncanny valley effect in the interaction between humans and embodied conversational agents.

18.B Zandonella Necca P., Angelastri N.

Can casual video games help to reduce anxiety? Psychological and psychophysiological correlates of interactive VS non-interactive gameplay.

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