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Our lab has carried out the first study about how mindfulness meditators differ from non-meditators in perceiving virtual reality experiences. The results, published by the Computers in Human Behavior journal, show that midfulness meditators are much less affected by virtual reality: physiological measurements as well as their questionnaires after exposure to scary virtual experiences indicate an emotional deactivation that was not found instead in non-meditators.