Code Red: Triage. Or, COgnition-Based DEsign Rules Enhancing Decisionmaking TRaining in a Game Environment
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van der Spek, E.D.; Wouters, P.J.M.; van Oostendorp, H.;
Subject: International (English)
Serious games have a great potential for training and educating people in novel and engaging ways. However, little empirical research has been done on the effectiveness of serious games, and although early findings do point to a moderately positive direction, even less ... View more
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