A scale of subjective stress perception units (SUDS) with scores from 0 to 100 was used. These units indicate a level of anxiety perceived by the subject at the time of the assessment, which goes from zero (0), which implies “completely indifferent and cold; it does not affect me,” to one hundred (100), which means “so distressed and tense that I cannot cope.” This scale will be applied to the participating subjects five minutes before the beginning of the exposure to the simulation and will provide information about the level of stress perceived by the individual at this moment and represents the cognitive relationship between the objective event and the emotional response [21].

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