Games, Cognition, and Emotion

University of Hamburg, 5-6 July 2013


This website documents the conference Games, Cognition, and Emotion, July 5-6, 2013 at the University of Hamburg. It focused on the experience of playing video games from a cognitive perspective, bringing together scholars from different disciplines to discuss how cognitive psychology can be used as a theoretical framework for describing player’s cognitive, affective and bodily responses to playing video games, and how it can inform the analysis of video games as artifacts designed to elicit such responses.

Please visit Program for abstracts and information on the speakers, as well as Media for videos, pictures and more.