On November 14 Markus Paulus (Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich) gave a lecture at the BSI on the early development of helping, sharing, and comforting in young children. How does prosocial behavior develop? Is early instrumental helping based on other's needs? Or is there another motivation? Why should we even study prosocial behavior?
Study of games with emotionally moving experiences @GEMH_lab https://t.co/oIhO3RThqG
Take notes @GEMH_lab ! Also:clear vote is Journey. I also teared up to Passage. And always use Passage to show othe… https://t.co/IAJ9MTJDJo
simply a brilliant talk: content and delivery exquisite (small part on dopamine could be more accurate but gist is… https://t.co/yJEZCUI7lK
OK for those not aware: @JannaLevin is the freaking bomb. Read everything by her. @GEMH_lab let's do a more concer… https://t.co/X0CnEyF8e7
New @GEMH_lab blog by Geert Verheijen on #toxicity and #prosociality in online #games! https://t.co/PqZtNdV7BI
The majority of popular video games nowadays allow (or even require) multiple players to join in at the same time. More than ever before, gamers are being dropped in virtual worlds together with their friends, family, but also total strangers. What kind of effect does this have on our social behavior?
Really interesting piece for us to consider as we think about the online social worlds of young people and how we c… https://t.co/dRipAkPaLj
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@followerikvdb Awesome! Definitely want to try it! seems like something we may need to consider getting @GEMH_lab