Notions of exploring and living the events, being “inside” the digital images and participating in simulations, date back to 1997 when TV viewing was compared with the use of Internet (Sánchez 1997). The technological advances of Virtual Reality (VR) headsets and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies are progressively enabling us to […]
My interview on Game Transfer Phenomena in the Curiosity daily podcast with the enthusiastic Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer! They make a great team. Follow this link to participate in our ongoing study mentioned in the program.
Game Transfer Phenomena (GTP), an emerging field of research to understand the effects of video game playing beyond paradigms on controversial game content or Gaming Disorder, started with the following questions: How do video games influence the perception of the world? How do gamers integrate game content into their everyday […]
I recently visited the American School in Paris for a psychology event. Sonata Sardinha, Learning Specialist and Psychologist and Christopher Friendly, Psychology and History Teacher did an amazing job organising the event and helping the students to consolidate their projects. The energy of the students and the staff was contagious, […]
Have your gaming experiences ever transferred to the real world? Participate in our new study on Game Transfer Phenomena. The study aims to examine the relationship between Game Transfer Phenomena and cognitive processes. Who can participate in this study? 18 to 50 years old Right-handed Play video games at least […]
In 2015, I was awarded my doctoral degree at Nottingham Trent University supervised by Professor Mark D. Griffiths with my PhD thesis: “Exploring Game Transfer Phenomena: A multimodal research approach for investigating video games’ effects”. Today, I have the pleasure to see how my research approach is starting to inspire […]
In our “Letter to the Editor for ‘Current Addiction Reports’—Game Transfer Phenomena and Dissociation: a Reply to Guglielmucci et al. (2019)” me and my colleague Professor Mark D. Griffiths raised questions regarding the implications of the conceptualisation of GTP as dissociative phenomena by Guglielmucci et al. in their literature review […]
Do you want to share you Game Tranfer Phenomena experience in a podcast? A recognised American podcast wants to hear your voice! If you would like to share, please contact me.
Another stage of research about Game Transfer Phenomena is done. My postdoc funded by the European Union (Marie Curie COFUND) and the University of Liège, with my mentor Professor Frank Larøi has come to an end. Thanks to all that opened your spaces for me to visit, to discuss my […]
My chapter “Game Transfer Phenomena: Origin, Development, and Contributions to the Video Game Research Field” in The Oxford Handbook of Cyberpsychology, edited by Alison Attrill-Smith, Chris Fullwood, Melanie Keep, and Daria J. Kuss is now available online. This chapter encompasses a detailed overview of research conducted on GTP. The chapter […]