The role of executive functions, psychopathological traits and gaming habits in Game Transfer Phenomena

My colleague Dr Maria Panagiotidi and I have just published a new study on Game Transfer Phenomena in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, “The interplay between executive function deficits, psychopathological traits, and dysfunctional gaming habits in the context of Game Transfer Phenomena”. Many manifestations of GTP seem to reflect […]

New study: A multidimensional assessment of Game Transfer Phenomena

My colleague Åge Diseth and I have validated a new instrument to assess Game Transfer Phenomena. The study “Multidimensional assessment of Game Transfer Phenomena: Intrusive cognitions, perceptual distortions, hallucinations and dissociations” was recently published in Frontiers in Psychology.   A total of 1,301 players, the majority male, participated in the study. […]

New study: Validation of the Game Transfer Phenomena Scale in Polish

My colleagues Andrzej Cudo, Emilia Zabielska-Mendyk, and I have published the validation of the Polish adaptation of the Game Transfer Phenomena Scale (GTPS) in the journal Advances in Cognitive Psychology. The sample with 675 Polish video game players showed that the Polish version of the GTPS is reliable, valid, and […]

First symposium on Game Transfer Phenomena

Join us for the symposium “Game Transfer Phenomena: An Emerging Field of Study into the Impact of Digital Imagery and Simulations” presented at the British Psychology Society Cyberpsychology Virtual Conference. The 2021 conference theme is Future Directions, Challenges and Opportunities in Cyberpsychology. Date and time: 7th of July at 3:05 […]

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