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Bas Rokers, NYU Abu Dhabi – Your Brain on Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is here, but does it work for everyone? Bas Rokers, associate professor of psychology

Megan Downing, Northern Kentucky University – Philanthropy and Benefits to Students

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