Posts tagged with “resources

ICYMI: New Game Studies Books

4/30/2017 • ☕️ 2 minute read

What a time to be someone who studies video games! When I started down this line of research (~2008) there were very few comprehensive resources in the field — particularly books. Flash forward to today, and there are literally hundreds! However…

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New Book Alert: A Parent's Guide to Video Games

12/3/2016 • ☕️ 1 minute read

My new book, A Parent’s Guide to Video Games: The essential guide to understanding how video games impact your child’s physical, social, and psychological well-being, was released this week!

Despite the fact that video games have been in our everyday…

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Independent Consulting

7/19/2016 • ☕️ 1 minute read

Recently, I have started to take on some research and design consultancy work. This has allowed me to continue my work in the field of psychology/game studies as well as dabble in specific areas of research I may not have had the opportunity to do so…

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Understanding Video Game Research

4/29/2016 • ☕️ 1 minute read

This week Massively OP published an op-ed on understanding video game research. It does a really great job of outlining what is important to pay attention to when digesting this kind of research as well as what should potentially be questioned when…

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Ludodemia and Other DiGRA Student Resources

4/18/2014 • ☕️ 3 minute read

For those who are not familiar with DiGRA Students, we are an international community of students and early career researchers studying digital games. I, and my co-founder Ashley O’Toole-Brown, developed this community with the hopes that it would…

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