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    • Morality and Meaning in Video Games: A New Approach to Christian Game Design 

      Bednarz, Megan Reneé (2012-07-16)
      A review of the history of video game design reveals an emphasis on themes of competition, survival, and combat. Game designers are now increasingly exploring other themes, including ethics, morality, and religious or ...
    • Physiological Self Regulation with Biofeedback Games 

      Parnandi, Avinash Rao (2017-05-10)
      Mental stress is a global epidemic that can have serious health consequences including cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. Several techniques are available to teach stress self-regulation skills including therapy, ...
    • Supporting Participation Through Live Media 

      Hamilton, William Alexander (2018-05-30)
      Throughout the past century, live media has grown to play a significant role in how we experience the world. Live media connects people in real-time with events happening around the world and helps people establish shared ...
    • Supporting Participation Through Live Media 

      Hamilton, William Alexander (2018-05-30)
      Throughout the past century, live media has grown to play a significant role in how we experience the world. Live media connects people in real-time with events happening around the world and helps people establish shared ...
    • The Role of Video Games in Self-Objectification: Does That Avatar Become You, Too? 

      Lange, Krista Leigh (2016-07-29)
      Research suggests that virtual environments present revealing and unrealistic representations of males and females; however, the effect of exposure to virtual worlds remains understudied. Objectification theory and social ...