The content describes a study conducted to determine the effects of virtual reality (VR) on cognitive abilities of older adults. Participants aged 64-88 years were recruited and assigned to either a VR or control group. The VR group received training in an immersive virtual environment, while the control group only watched videos of the environment. After the intervention, both groups were assessed for cognitive functions such as attention, memory, and executive functioning. Results showed that the VR group exhibited significant improvements in attention and memory compared to the control group. Moreover, these improvements were maintained even after four months. The study suggests that VR training can enhance cognitive abilities in older adults and highlights the potential of VR as a tool for cognitive rehabilitation. However, further research is needed to explore the long-term effects and specific applications of VR in this context.

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