You are who you play you are: Modeling Player Traits from Video Game Behavior

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Tekofsky, Shoshannah;
(2017)
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    acm: ComputingMilieux_PERSONALCOMPUTING

You are who you play you are - especially when it comes to your age and your motivations. People say age is only a number, but it's a number we can guess pretty accurately from how someone plays video games. We find that younger people are favored by speed, while older ... View more
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