The game transfer phenomena scale: an instrument for investigating the nonvolitional effects of video game playing

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Ortiz de Gortari, AB; Pontes, HM; Griffiths, MD;
(2015)

A variety of instruments have been developed to assess different dimensions of playing videogames and its effects on cognitions, affect, and behaviors. The present study examined the psychometric properties of the Game Transfer Phenomena Scale (GTPS) that assesses non-v... View more
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