Gah! I’m having a very happy twitter discover morning! Love Ralph Koster’s work (have several notebook pages of not… https://t.co/vIH7wSx8If
@anouk_tuijnman @GEMH_Lab @AnoukPoppelaars Omg I love his work! @me this stuff too next time :-)
This is awesome! @GEMH_Lab @efergan https://t.co/uervUJ9WPf
great thread @GEMH_Lab @efergan https://t.co/4jV8atTZkW
RT @PlayNiceInst: Our game designer/creative director listing out some of our favourite games keeping us happy, chill, inspired and sociall…
Our game designer/creative director listing out some of our favourite games keeping us happy, chill, inspired and s… https://t.co/WDM7yJyxVI
RT @GEMH_Lab: Ken Koontz at the GEMH Lab asks it the game design that is addicting or the emotional connections to an online social network…
https://t.co/F0E2sVgsr8 Is it the Game Design that is addicting or the connections to online friends made while playing?
The condition "Gaming Disorder" describes a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior so severe that it takes "precedence over other life interests". But is it the game design that is addicting or the emotional connections to an online social network made while playing the game?
@GEMH_Lab @AnoukPoppelaars Interesting report. Seems relevant for our social support work too! https://t.co/lliHBB5Ln7