A collecting point for an extended academic bibliography developed over the years as a starting point for work done on games, learning, and motivation. Please nominate other suggestions over in our forums
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Amory, A. (1999). The use of computer games as an educational tool: identification of appropriate game types and game elements. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(4)
Asgari, M. (2005). A three-factor model of motivation and game design. Accessed from http://www.gamesconference.org/digra2005/viewpaper.php?id=269&print=1, 21 April 2005
Bandura, A. (1977). Self-efficacy: Toward a unifying theory of behavior change. Psychological Review, 84, 191-215
Bandura, A. (1993). Perceived self-efficacy in cognitive development and functioning. Educational Psychologist, 28, 117-148
Bandura, A. (1994). Self-Efficacy. In V.S. Ramachaudran (Ed.). Encyclopedia of human behavior (Vol. 4, pp 71-81). New York: Academic Press.
Becta. (2001). Computer Games in Education Project. Accessed from http://www.becta.org.uk/research/research.cfm?section=1&id=2826, 9 December, 2005
Benjamin, Walter. (1968). “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction”. From Illuminations. Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.
Bos, N., Shami, N., and Naab, S. (2006). A globalization simulation to teach corporate social responsibility: Design features and analysis of student reasoning. Simulation & Gaming, 37(1)
Brody, H. (1993). Video games that teach? Technology Review, 96, 51-57.
Bryant, F. B., & Smith, D. (2001). Refining the Architecture of Aggression: A Measurement Model for the Buss–Perry Aggression Questionnaire. Journal of Research in Personality, 35(2), 138-167.
Bucy, E. P. (2004). The Debate. The Information Society, 20(5), 371-371.
Bucy, E.P. (2004). Interactivity in Society: Locating an Elusive Concept. The Information Society, 20(5), 373-383.
Burgoon, J., Bonito, J., Ramirez, A., Dunbar, N., Kam, K., and Fischer, J. (2002). Testing the Interactivity Principle: Effects of Mediation, Propinquity, and Verbal and Nonverbal Modalities in Interpersonal Interaction. Journal of Communication, 52(3), 657.
Carroll, J. L., Carolin, P. M. (1989). Relationship between game playing and personality. Psychological Reports, June, 705-706.
Chaffee, S. (1991). Explication (Communication Concepts 1). Newbury Park: Sage
Chua, A. (2005). The design and implementation of a simulation game for teaching knowledge management. Journal for the American Society of Information Science and Technology 56 (11) 1207-1216
Cordova, D.L., and Lepper, M.R. (1996) Intrinsic motivation and the process of learning: Beneficial effects of contextualization, personalization, and choice. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 715-730.
Costikyan, G. (2002). I have no words and I must design: toward a critical vocabulary for games. Originally published in Interactive Fantasy (1994) #2. Accessed from http://www.costik.com/nowords.html, 21 April 2005.
Costikyan, G. (2005). The revolution began with paper. The Escapist. Accessed from http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/print/253, 7 February 2008
Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1975). Beyond Boredom and Anxiety. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1991). Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience. New York: Harper & Row
de Freitas, S. (2007). Serious games-engaging training solutions: A research and development project for supporting training needs. British Journal of Educational Technology, 38(3), 523-525.
Diamond, L.K. & Brannick, M.T. (2003, April). Performance and perceived team and player efficacy in bowling teams. Paper presented to the 18th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizations Psychology, Orlando, FL.
Diamond, P. M., & Magaletta, R. (2006). The Short-Form Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire (BPAQ-SF): A Validation Study With Federal Offenders. Assessment, 13(3), 227-240.
Dobson, M. W. (2008). Exploring interactive stories in an HIV/AIDS learning game: HEALTHSIMNET. Simulation & Gaming, 39(1), 39.
Downes, E. and McMillan, S. (2000). Defining Interactivity. New Media & Society. 2 (2) 157- 179
Durlak, J. T. (1987). A typology for interactive media. Communication Yearbook, 10, 743-757.
Ermi, L., Helio, S., and Mayra, F. (2004). The power of games and control of playing: Children as the actors of game cultures. Report from Hypermedia Laboratory Net Series 6. University of Tampere, Finland.
Fabricatore, C., Nussbaum, M., & Rosas, R. (2002). Playability in Action Videogames: A Qualitative Design Model. Human-Computer Interaction, 17(4), 311-368.
Faria, A. J. & Wellington, W. (2004). A survey of simulation game users, former-users, and never-users. Simulation & Gaming, 35(2)
Farrell, Thomas, and Soukoup Paul, ed. (2002). An Ong Reader, Challenges for Further Inquiry. Hampton Press, Inc.
Fernandez-Ballesteros, R., Diez-Nicholas, J., Caprara, G. V., Barbaranelli, C., & Bandura, A. (2002). Certerminants and structural relation of personal efficacy to collective efficacy. Applies Psychology: An International Review, 51(1), 107-125
Fong, G. (2006). Adapting COTS games for military experimentation. Simulation & Gaming, 37(4).
Garris, R. (2002). Games, motivation, and learning: A research and practice model. Simulation & Gaming, 33(4), 441.
Gee, J. (2003). What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan
Goddard, R. (2002). A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of the Measurement of Collective Efficacy: The Development of a Short Form. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 62(1), 97-110.
Goddard, R.D., Hoy, W.K., & Woolfolk-Hoy, A. (2004). Collective efficacy beliefs: Theoretical developments, empirical evidence, and future directions. Educational Researcher, 33(3), 3-13
Gorman, B. (2006). Towards integrated imitation of strategic planning and motion modeling in interactive computer games. Computers in Entertainment (CIE), 4(4), 10-es.
Greenberg, B., Sherry, J., Lachlan, K., Lucas, K. & Holmstrom, A. (2005). Orientations to video games among gender and age groups. Originally presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, 2003, Miami, FL.
Greitzer, F., Kuchar, O., & Huston K. (2007). Cognitive science implications for enhancing training effectiveness in a serious gaming context. Journal on Educational Resources in Computing (JERIC), 7(3)
Guillory, B. (2006) Media Typology and Its Use in Defining Convergence. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Dresden International Congress Centre, Dresden, Germany. Online, Retrieved 2008-04-11 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p92917_index.html
Hacking, I. (1999). The Social Construction of What?. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Hill, J., Ray, C., Blair, J., and Carver, C. (2003). Puzzles and games: addressing different learning styles in teaching operating systems concepts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education conference, Reno, NV, February 2003.
Hoogeveen, M. (1997). Toward a theory of the effectiveness of multimedia systems. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 9(2), 151-168.
Huizinga. (1955). Homo Ludens: A Study of the Play-Element in Culture. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.
Jeniel, P. & Samet, D. (2005). Learning to play games in extensive form by valuation. Journal of Economic Theory. 124. 129-148
Jensen, J.F. (1998) Interactivity: Tracing a New Concept in Media and Communication Studies, Nordicom Review 19(1): 185–204.
Ju, E. & Wagner, C. (1997). Personal computer adventure games: their structure, principles, and applicability for training. The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems. 28(2).
Karrasch, A. (2003). Lessons learned on collective efficacy in multinational teams. U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Retrieved from www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/army/tr-1137.pdf, 10 April 2008
Katz, E. & Blumler, J. (eds). (1974). The Uses of Mass Communications: Current Perspectives on Gratification Research, Beverly Hills: Sage
Kiili, K. (2005). Digital game-based learning: towards and experiential gaming model. The Internet and Higher Education. 8. 13-24
Kiousis, S. (2002). Interactivity: A concept explication. New Media & Society, 4(3), 355-383.
Klabbers, H. (1999). Three easy pieces: a taxonomy on gaming. In The international Simulation and Gaming Research Yearbook. Saunders, D. and Severn, J. (eds). London: Kogan Page. 16-33
Klabbers, J. (2006). A framework for artifact assessment and theory testing. Simulation and Gaming, 37(2), 155-173.
Koster, R. (2005). A Theory of Fun For Game Design. Scottsdale, AZ: Paraglyph Press
Kriz, W. (2003). Creating Effective Learning Environments and Learning Organizations through Gaming Simulation Design. Simulation and Gaming, 34(4), 495-511.
Kriz, W. & Hense, J. (2006). Theory-oriented evaluation for the design of and research in gaming and simulation. Simulation and Gaming, 37(2).
Lazzaro, N. (2004). Why we play games: The four keys to player experience. Retrieved 11/6/05 from http://www.gamasutra.com/gdc2004/features/20040326/postcard-kane_04.shtml
Lieberman, D.A. (2006). What can we learn from playing interactive games? Chapter in P. Vorderer & J. Bryant (Eds.), Playing video games: Motives, responses, and consequences. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Liu, Y. (2003). Developing a Scale to Measure the Interactivity of Websites. Journal of Advertising Research, 43(2), 207-216.
Liu, Y., & Shrum, J. (2002). What is interactivity and is it always such a good thing? Implications of definition, person, and situation for the influence of interactivity on advertising effectiveness. Journal of Advertising, 31(4), 53-64.
Mackinnon, A. (1999). A Short Form of the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule. Personality and Individual Differences, 27(3), 405-416.
Mallon, B. & Webb, B. (2006). Applying a phenomenological approach to games analysis: A case study. Simulation and Gaming, 37(2), 209-225.
Mayer, I., & De Jong, M. (2004). Combining GDSS and gaming for decision support. Group Decision and Negotiation. 13. 223-241
Mayer, I., & De Jong, M. (2004). Combining GDSS and gaming for decision support. Group Decision and Negotiation. 13. 223-241
McLuhan, Marshall. (1964). Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man. Signet Books.
McMillan, S. (2002). Exploring models of interactivity from multiple research traditions: users, documents, and systems. In Lievrouw, L. & Livingstone, S. (eds.) The Handbook of New Media. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 163-182.
McMillan, S. (2002). A four-part model of cyber-interactivity. New Media & Society. 4 (2) 271- 291
Mitchell, A. & Savill-Smith, C. (2004) The use of computer and video games for learning. London: Learning and Skills Development Agency.
Molenda, Michael. (2003). “A New Typology of Instructional Materials.” Downloaded from www.indiana.edu/~ist/faculty/projectfiles/molenda-typology-paper.pdf
Moon, I., Schneider, M., and Carley, K., (2006). Evolution of player skill in the America’s Army game. Simulation. 82(11).
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Nam, S. (2003). The effects of online syllabus interactivity on students’ perception of the course and instructor. The Internet and Higher Education, 6(1), 41-52.
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Perla, P, & Loughran, J. (2003). Using gaming and agent technology to explore C2. Paper presented at 8th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium, 2003.
Prensky, M. (2001). Digital Game-based Learning. New York: McGraw Hill
Raybourn, E. (2007). Applying simulation experience design methods to creating serious game-based adaptive training systems. Interacting with Computers, 19(2), 206-214.
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Rouse, R. (2001). Game Design: Theory and practice. Plano, TX: Wordware Publishing.
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