This study explores ways commercial video games may be used to develop useful skills and competencies in undergraduate students. An examination of student attitudes revealed a broadly positive perception of games’ efficacy for skills development.

Publication: Computers in Human Behavior
Author:
Matthew Barr

Read the full study here.

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