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Az új digitális technológiák (mint például a virtuális realitás) megjelenésével és elterjedésével egyre fontosabb, hogy mennyire tudjuk kihasználni úgy az általuk adott lehetőségeket, hogy közben elkerüljük a veszélyeiket (például addikció és technostressz). Tanulmányomban bemutatom, hogy az új technológiák hogyan segíthetik a diagnózis, a rehabilitáció és a pszichoterápia folyamatát. A diagnózis területén csökkenthetik a szubjektív torzítás esélyét, mivel segíthetnek élményszerűen és in vivo megjeleníteni a tüneteket. A terápiáiban immerzív jellegük és rugalmas használatuk, elérhetőségük miatt lehetnek vonzóak. Ezután körbejárom, hogy különféle pozitív érzelmeket és állapotokat (például mindfulness, empátia vagy önegyüttérzés) hogyan segíthetnek az új eszközök. A jövőben további kutatásoknak kell tisztáznia, hogy mi a kapcsolat a digitális jóllét, a pszichológiai jóllét és a szubjektív jóllét között.

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