Game Transfer Phenomena in video game playing: a qualitative interview study

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Ortiz de Gortari, AB; Aronsson, K; Griffiths, MD;
  • Publisher: IGI Global
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    acm: ComputingMilieux_PERSONALCOMPUTING

Video game playing is a popular activity and its enjoyment among frequent players has been associated with absorption and immersion experiences. This paper examines how immersion in the video game environment can influence the player during the game and afterwards (incl... View more
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