Published on in Vol 11 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/43388, first published .
Time to Think “Meta”: A Critical Viewpoint on the Risks and Benefits of Virtual Worlds for Mental Health

Time to Think “Meta”: A Critical Viewpoint on the Risks and Benefits of Virtual Worlds for Mental Health

Time to Think “Meta”: A Critical Viewpoint on the Risks and Benefits of Virtual Worlds for Mental Health

Journals

  1. Lee K. Counseling Psychological Understanding and Considerations of the Metaverse: A Theoretical Review. Healthcare 2023;11(18):2490 View
  2. Salloum S, Bettayeb A, Salloum A, Aburayya A, Khadragy S, Hamoudi R, Alfaisal R. Novel machine learning based approach for analysing the adoption of metaverse in medical training: A UAE case study. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked 2023;42:101354 View
  3. Paquin V, Philippe F, Shannon H, Guimond S, Ouellet-Morin I, Geoffroy M. Associations between digital media use and psychotic experiences in young adults of Quebec, Canada: a longitudinal study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2024;59(1):65 View
  4. Altaf Dar M, Maqbool M, Ara I, Zehravi M. The intersection of technology and mental health: enhancing access and care. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2023;35(5):423 View
  5. González-Tapia M. Virtual emotions and Criminal Law. Frontiers in Psychology 2023;14 View
  6. Sokołowska B. Being in Virtual Reality and Its Influence on Brain Health—An Overview of Benefits, Limitations and Prospects. Brain Sciences 2024;14(1):72 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Mohamed A, Al-Barazie R. Advances in Systems Engineering. View
  2. Bodenstein K, Paquin V, Sekhon K, Lesage M, Cinalioglu K, Rej S, Vahia I, Sekhon H. Biomarkers in Neuropsychiatry. View