Games, Cognition, and Emotion

University of Hamburg, 5-6 July 2013


The conference is over, but you can still get your share. In the following weeks videos, pictures, slides and more will be published here. Stay tuned!

Conference News

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Conference Teaser

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Conference Pics

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Conference Videos

Torben Grodal, University of Copenhagen: Video Games, the PECMA Flow and the Conflict Between Control Pleasures and Pleasures of Abandonment

Andreas Gregersen, University of Copenhagen: Video Games, Canonical Agency, and Embodiment

Julia Kneer, Erasmus University Rotterdam: Being Killed by Rainbows. Displayed Violence, Difficulty, and Performance as Predictors for Postgame Emotions

Sebastian Möring, IT University of Copenhagen: The Marriage: Love at Sight – Fear at Play

Bernard Perron, University of Montreal: The Thing Called Gameplay Emotion, And How It Is Bred in the Gamer’s Affective Space

Leonard Reinecke, University of Mainz: Intrinsic Motivation and the Video Game Experience. On the Complex Interaction of the Use of Video Games and Psychological Well-Being

Felix Schröter, University of Hamburg: My Avatar and Me. Toward a Cognitive Theory of Game Characters

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