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 […]
PhD baby delivered!
I just submitted my PhD baby! This is the first stage of a few months process toward obtaining my title as a doctor and being able to share the final version of my thesis about Game Transfer Phenomena.
History of GTP – Part 4: My imaginary rifle scope
This cartoon is another experience that encouraged me to research about what today is known as GTP. There was a time when I played Resident Evil 4 quite intensively; it is a great game by the way! One day, I wanted to look at something which was far away but […]
History of GTP – Part 3: Google in the subway
This cartoon is an experience I had a few years back, when I had been using Google to find articles. This experience really made me reflect about how my repetitive and compulsive use of Google bled into my reality. I wanted to know if someone else had experienced something similar […]
History of GTP – Part 2: How everything started
Let me start by going back more than ten years in time, when I was an undergraduate psychology student. At that time, internet was not easily accessible as nowadays. Internet got introduced at my university’s computer lab and many including myself stuck to the screens like leeches. Around that time I […]
Reflections inspired by the GTP news
The first GTP study has awakened some thoughts. Different interpretations and reactions have come to light. Some articles about the study are positive, other are negative and alarmist. Some of my favourites articles include: “Consensus hallucinations” by Sally Adee. “Wishing games could indeed warp reality” by Jason Hill, “Fantasy and […]