Domna Banakou
Domna Banakou
New York University Abu Dhabi
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Illusory ownership of a virtual child body causes overestimation of object sizes and implicit attitude changes
D Banakou, R Groten, M Slater
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2013
Virtual embodiment of white people in a black virtual body leads to a sustained reduction in their implicit racial bias
D Banakou, PD Hanumanthu, M Slater
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 226766, 2016
Virtually being Einstein results in an improvement in cognitive task performance and a decrease in age bias
D Banakou, S Kishore, M Slater
Frontiers in psychology 9, 917, 2018
Body ownership causes illusory self-attribution of speaking and influences subsequent real speaking
D Banakou, M Slater
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (49), 17678-17683, 2014
Embodiment in a child-like talking virtual body influences object size perception, self-identification, and subsequent real speaking
A Tajadura-Jiménez, D Banakou, N Bianchi-Berthouze, M Slater
Scientific reports 7 (1), 9637, 2017
The rocketbox library and the utility of freely available rigged avatars
M Gonzalez-Franco, E Ofek, Y Pan, A Antley, A Steed, B Spanlang, ...
Frontiers in virtual reality 1, 561558, 2020
A separate reality: An update on place illusion and plausibility in virtual reality
M Slater, D Banakou, A Beacco, J Gallego, F Macia-Varela, R Oliva
Frontiers in virtual reality 3, 914392, 2022
The effects of avatars’ gender and appearance on social behavior in virtual worlds
D Banakou, K Chorianopoulos
Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 2 (5), 3-16, 2010
Reducing risk and improving maternal perspective-taking and empathy using virtual embodiment
C Hamilton-Giachritsis, D Banakou, M Garcia Quiroga, C Giachritsis, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 2975, 2018
Virtual body ownership and its consequences for implicit racial bias are dependent on social context
D Banakou, A Beacco, S Neyret, M Blasco-Oliver, S Seinfeld, M Slater
Royal Society open science 7 (12), 201848, 2020
A mechanistic account of bodily resonance and implicit bias
RL Bedder, D Bush, D Banakou, T Peck, M Slater, N Burgess
Cognition 184, 1-10, 2019
Embodiment in a virtual body that speaks produces agency over the speaking but does not necessarily influence subsequent real speaking
D Banakou, M Slater
Scientific reports 7 (1), 14227, 2017
Exploring the effect of cooperation in reducing implicit racial bias and its relationship with dispositional empathy and political attitudes
I Patané, A Lelgouarch, D Banakou, G Verdelet, C Desoche, E Koun, ...
Frontiers in psychology 11, 510787, 2020
A virtual tour of a hardly accessible archaeological site: The effect of immersive virtual reality on user experience, learning and attitude change
C Kyrlitsias, M Christofi, D Michael-Grigoriou, D Banakou, A Ioannou
Frontiers in Computer Science 2, 23, 2020
The sentiment of a virtual rock concert
M Slater, C Cabriera, G Senel, D Banakou, A Beacco, R Oliva, J Gallego
Virtual Reality 27 (2), 651-675, 2023
Social conformity in immersive virtual environments: The impact of agents’ gaze behavior
C Kyrlitsias, D Michael-Grigoriou, D Banakou, M Christofi
Frontiers in psychology 11, 2254, 2020
Computer based video and virtual environments in the study of the role of emotions in moral behavior
X Pan, D Banakou, M Slater
Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction: Fourth International …, 2011
The golden rule as a paradigm for fostering prosocial behavior with virtual reality
M Slater, D Banakou
Current Directions in Psychological Science 30 (6), 503-509, 2021
The Influence of Embodiment as a Cartoon Character on Public Speaking Anxiety
AI Bellido Rivas, X Navarro, D Banakou, R Oliva, V Orvalho, M Slater
Frontiers in Virtual Reality 2 (695673), 2021
Evaluating participant responses to a virtual reality experience using reinforcement learning
J Llobera, A Beacco, R Oliva, G Şenel, D Banakou, M Slater
Royal Society open science 8 (9), 210537, 2021
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