We presented our symposium “The Relevance of Game Transfer Phenomena in the context of Gaming Disorder” at the International Conference on Behavioral Addictions (ICBA) on 22 June 2022, hosted by Nottingham Trent University. The conference was an excellent opportunity to share some of the work we have been doing on […]
Symposium on Game Transfer Phenomena with a focus on Gaming Addiction
Join me and my panellists on the 22nd of June in the symposium The Relevance of Game Transfer Phenomena in the context of Gaming Disorder presented at the 7th International Conference on Behavioral Addictions (ICBA 2022) organized by the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Addictions (ISSBA) and hosted at […]
Game Transfer Phenomena is moving to a new home!
Moving from UK… I will miss many things from Nottingham, the city of Robin Hood! A colourful multicultural, breathing and living city! A city that I witnessed getting developed during the last couple of years. I’m happy and proud when I look back at my time in Nottingham. During the […]
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 […]