A Bibliometric and Visual Analysis of Interactive Distance Perception

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Chaomin MaDuzhi Yang

Abstract: The issue of distance and spatial cognitive differences on the process of interacting behavior is of increasing interest and involves multiple fields of inquiry. However, there is a lack of bibliometrics and literature reviews on this topic to systematically evaluate the current state of research. This study synthesizes previous research on the interactive distance perception and its related influencing factors, and summarizes it by clustering and trending the relevant research literature through bibliometrics. The conclusions show that the overall number of literatures within the search area is on the rise, and the research directions are gradually refined, with the research hotspots mainly focusing on social distance, risk perception, mental health, and influence factors and life. Relying on the theoretical system based on distance perception and interaction behavior model, the application of virtual or augmented reality interaction distance perception and virtual social life scenarios becomes a new trend for future research development.

Keywords: Interactive Distance Perception, User Experience, Interaction Design, Bibliometric

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1002699

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