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I talk with several authors of the new book, The Psychology of Zelda: Linking Our World to the Legend of Zelda Series. March 5, 2019 in Podcast. Apex Fish in a Small Pond. The “Squad Eliminated” screen in Apex Legends and the psychology of comparisons. February 18, 2019 in Articles. Getting Gamers: Now in Paperback. My book, “Getting Gamers: The Psychology of Video Games” is now.
Suitable for students on Cyberpsychology and Cognitive Psychology courses at all levels, as well as anyone with an inquiring mind. 1. Exploring the concept of Cyberspace 2. The Human Information Processor 3. The Population(s) of Cyberspace 4. Attracting Attention in the Digital Environment 5. Digital Gaming, Brain Training and Cognition 6. Multitasking 7. Task Switching and Digital Technology.
Category Archives: Gaming Psychology. Gaming Psychology. Gaming Makes You Smarter. March 13, 2019 Hippy Leave a comment. I’m pretty interested in the way the brain works, I think some things are pretty cool. I am in no way an expert on neurology, but I do like learning about brain things. Especially brain and video game things. If you game, you know that it can be mentally exhausting and.
This has been recognized by historians of psychology as a key contribution in the development of scientific experimental psychology.. Then Alfie Kohn's book, No Contest: The Case Against Competition came out and it all became so obvious. Competition was a destructive flaw in American culture. It bothered me a little that I enjoyed chess and wargames, but I became convinced that this was.
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This book offers something unique to the millions of people who play or design games: how to use an understanding of psychology to be a better part of their gaming communities, to avoid being manipulated when they shop and play, and to get the most enjoyment out of playing games. With examples from the games themselves, Jamie Madigan offers a fuller understanding of the impact of games on our.