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Embracing pseudo-hallucinatory phenomena induced by playing video games

Bright and fast-moving particles of colours that appear and disappear with booming sounds like fireworks easily captivate our senses. Video game playing does not only enhance our senses and cognition while playing but also after playing. When closing our eyes, at every blink of the eyes or even with open […]

Game Transfer Phenomena in a scholarly book about senses

“A lively and unconventional exploration of our senses, how they work, what is revealed when they don’t, and how they connect us to the world”. Our Senses: An Immersive Experience by Robert DeSalle, Yale University Press. DeSalle’s book is deep-dive into the evolution of our senses, very much recommended! I’m […]

Finding common ground in the research on Game Transfer Phenomena

Playing video games as a novel visuomotor activity has been used in experimental studies by Stickgold et al. (2000) [1], Wamsley et al. (2010) [2] and Kusse, et al. (2012)[3] to understand the continuity between awake and sleep experiences, memory consolidation and learning. These studies have focused on investigating “hypnagogic […]

Talk: Science World Museum- Vancouver

If you are in the amazing Vancouver join the event Sweet: Mind Craft at the Science World at TELUS World of Science. Teens even 13-18 years old. I will talk about the psychology of video games & Game Transfer Phenomena. Get  your tickets in Eventbrite  

The GTP project started as my Master research thesis at Stockholm University in Sweden in April 2010 supervised by professor Karin Aronsson, followed up with my PhD on GTP at Nottingham Trent University in UK supervised by professor Mark D. Griffiths, “Exploring Game Transfer Phenomena: A multimodal research approach for investigating video games’ effects”.

Currently, I’m researching about GTP as my Postdoc funded by a Marie Curie fellowship at the University of Liège in Belgium with my mentor professor Frank Larøi.

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