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Friday, September 1 • 6:15pm - 7:15pm
Insights Needed: Video Gaming & the Goldilocks Principle

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Insights Needed is not just a panel, it’s a chance to talk about what makes video games engaging and how we can think about optimizing engagement from a health perspective. We need your insights to help answer questions like what makes games hard to put down and how do gamers self-regulate their playing? Are daily login rewards more motivating than streak bonuses? Does playing with friends make it easier or harder to take a break? What mechanics should developers consider to improve engagement without making players feel frustrated or burned out from playing too much? This panel is part of a research project designed to foster rational discussion and consensus about video games and health, and the best part is, the science will be done at Escape Velocity! We will analyze results of the panel during the convention and present them on Sunday for your feedback.  Join us to make your voice heard and help move the discussion forward! (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health study Multi-stakeholder consensus development in video game research, IRB# 6931, PI Alain Labrique, Ph.D.)

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Michelle Colder Carras

Michelle is a public mental health researcher and gamer devoted to changing the public health conversation around gaming. Her work explores the boundary between healthy and problematic gaming and how gaming can help mental health. She uses fancy statistics as well as interviews t... Read More →


Friday September 1, 2017 6:15pm - 7:15pm
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