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An Analysis on the Relationship between Game and Grade (게임과 학업 성적 간 관계에 대한 연구)

  • Choi, Seong-rak;Park, Minjeong
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.41-50
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    • 2016
  • In Korea, a lot of people think that the more students spend time in playing game, the more students get their grade lower. So that, parents of students don't want their children play games. But there are few research about the relationship between the playing time of game and a grade of students. Therefore, this research would find the relationship between the playing time of game and students' grade. In result, there is no relationship between the game playing time of a students and the student's grade. A game addict who play game a lot of time a day could have lower grade. But for normal user of game, there is no relationship between the game playing time and the grade.

Implementation of Serious Games with Language-Based Cognitive Enhancement for BIF Children (경계선지적기능 아동을 위한 언어기반 인지강화 기능성 게임 구현)

  • Ryu, Su-Rin;Park, Hyunju;Chung, Dong Gyu;Baik, Kyoungsun;Yun, Hongoak
    • Journal of Digital Contents Society
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    • v.19 no.6
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    • pp.1051-1060
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    • 2018
  • This study aims to propose instituting the serious games of language-based cognitive enhancement for the BIF children. The program consists of 4 cognitive areas (perception, attention, working memory, knowledge inference) in 4 language dimensions (phoneme, word, sentence, discourse). 16 games of 4 areas/2 dimensions with 3 difficulty levels were implemented in a mobile station and pilot-tested to children including BIFs. The results from the pilot tests supported for the validity and effectiveness of our games: Children's game performance correlated with their IQ scores (overall and sub-areas) revealing significant differences between the groups. The stroop scores in pre-and-post training hinted the increase of children's cognitive control.

Effect of Psychological Variables on Decision-making Time in the Online Centipede Game (온라인 지네 게임으로 알아본 심리적 변인이 의사결정 시간에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Bora;Kwon, Young-Mi
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.12
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    • pp.169-185
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    • 2017
  • Given that nowadays things get very fast due to the pervasive use of the Internet and mobile devices, decision-making time can be an important variable in the online economic decisions. Although in experimental and behavioral economics, measures like scores or earnings are usually preferred, this study argues that the time variable can be dealt with as a new decision outcome. Thus, by selecting some psychological factors presumably impactful in the online context (i.e., incidental emotions, psychological distances, and individual's impulsivity), this study tested their effect on decision time in the online centipede game. As a result, the mean decision time in the game was longer (1) in the happiness condition than in the anger condition and (2) in the friend condition than in the stranger condition. The people with attention difficulties spent a short time in the decision and the people who dislike complex problems spent a short time in explaining their decision. This study can contribute to the field as it used the decision time as the dependent variable and it tested the effect of psychological factors in the context of online decision-making. Future studies can be conducted in other online decision situations or by considering other psychological variables.