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                                                  The influence of deceptive visual cues and of interoception on affective valence and perceived exertion when cycling using a virtual reality bike

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                                                  20 July 2023

                                                  This experimental study, funded by UniSA Research Themes Investment Scheme, seeks to identify whether deceptive visual cues about the cycling environment can influence exercise experiences. It also explored whether an individual's ability to accurately detect internal signals (interoceptive accuracy) influences the effect of visual cues on ratings of perceived exertion or affective valence. All participants completed 3 virtual reality cycling conditions in a randomised order (illusory uphills, flat terrain, illusory downhills). In the illusory conditions, the participants viewed hills in the virtual environment, but cycle resistance did not change and pedal cadence was held constant (physical effort held constant). Primary outcomes were ratings of perceived exertion during cycling and affective valence during cycling The data associated with this project were collected at the Clinical Trials Centre at the University of South Australia in Adelaide, SA.

                                                  This collection includes the following datasets

                                                  Exercise experiences during virtual reality cycling

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                                                  Other resources collected by the researchers may be available subject to researcher approval. Please contact AsPr Tasha Stanton.

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                                                  Start date: 01 Jan 2019
                                                  End date: 02 Feb 2023

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                                                  Stanton, T, Mouatt, B, Smith, A, Parfitt, G, Smith, R, McDade, J, Stanford, T 2023, The influence of deceptive visual cues and of interoception on affective valence and perceived exertion when cycling using a virtual reality bike, University of South Australia, viewed 29 February 2024, retrieved from <https://data.unisa.edu.au/dap/Collection.aspx?CollectionID=777414>.