The Psychology of Games + Dr. Jamie Madigan + 006
- Dr. Jamie Madigan spreads awareness of what psychology can tell us about video games.
- How psychology plays a role in designing video games.
- How a study about memory explains the “one . . . more . . . turn . . . ” phenomenon
- How the psychology of arousal might explain why you play games through the night.
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+7 Intelligence is the podcast about how games impact people.
Each episode explores a different perspective on how games profoundly influence the real world. Interviews with game designers, psychologists, professionals, and everyday players discuss the unique way that games influence their life and work.
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