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"ONLINE ROLE-PLAY SIMULATIONS WITH EMOTIONALLY RESPONSIVE AVATARS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF NATIVE YOUTH PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS, INCLUDING DEPRESSION AND SUICIDAL IDEATION" icon

ONLINE ROLE-PLAY SIMULATIONS WITH EMOTIONALLY RESPONSIVE AVATARS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF NATIVE YOUTH PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS, INCLUDING DEPRESSION AND SUICIDAL IDEATION

Gatekeeper training is a widely used prevention method for training local community members to recognize the signs and symptoms of suicide and to support appropriate referrals for mental health. Training community “gatekeepers” is critical for increasing access to care for those youth who are in need, as youth often turn first to family and friends for help. This study examines the outcomes at pre-training, post-training, and 3-month follow-up for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) students, teachers, and faculty completing online role-play gatekeeper training simulations. The simulations use emotionally responsive avatars that have memory and personality, and respond like real students experiencing psychological distress in realistic situations. Data from 86 matched pairs showed... Show More

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