Friday, May 10, 2013

QUT Survey About The Effects Of Online Gaming....

"Of interest in terms of relationships that were not found in the data is that amount of play (measured by average hours/week and most hours/week) showed no significant relationship to player wellbeing. Rather the results suggest the primacy of the psychological experience of gameplay - given that the experience of relatedness and competence in gameplay had a greater impact on player wellbeing scores than the type of game being played, the mode, or the amount."

Daniel Johnson - Queensland University of Technology.

Read the full survey findings.