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 […]

Game Transfer Phenomena in the sequel Planet Alt-Sete-Nine sci-fi book

The Lost Princess has returned! The imaginative author B.J. Neblett has finished Planet Alt-Sete-Nine Book Two: Princess Haylee, the sequel to The Lost Princess. B.J. has transported me into the dimension of Planet Alt-Sete-Nine. Exciting to be one of the story characters! I cannot wait to read the full story […]

Clinical cases: The pain and gain of auditory intrusions with videogame content

For the first time, we have presented clinical cases of Game Transfer Phenomena at a conference. My dear colleague Alex Basche, psychotherapist specialising in problematic media use, and I presented the cases of three young males (10 to 16 years old) who experienced auditory phenomena such as hearing sounds, voices […]

Participate: Study on Game Transfer Phenomena & ASMR

Dr Emma Palmer-Cooper at the University of Southampton and Dr Angelica B. Ortiz de Gortari at the University of Bergen are collaborating to examine the relationship between sensory experiences and the exposure to passive media (watching videos of ASMR (Autonomous sensory meridian response) and interactive media (playing video games and […]

Animal Crossing: Expanding the horizons of my daily life

Blog published in Gamasutra Animal Crossing: New Horizons is set in an aesthetically engaging biotic environment of multisensory abundance.  Join me as I describe my indulgences in Animal Crossing, which have resulted in Game Transfer Phenomena permeating my everyday life. Hello hello! Animal Crossing just got me! Since I started […]

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