This study uses a VR horror game to explore the relationship between horror self-efficacy, physiological arousal, and fear on enjoyment and future intention to play similar games. The results help shed light on why some individuals enjoy frightening content.

Publication: New Media & Society
Authors: Jih-Hsuan Tammy Lin, Dai-Yun Wu, Chen-Chao Tao

Read the full study here.


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