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Gamification: The Intersection between Behavior Analysis and Game Design Technologies
(Morford et al, 2014)
Part of Soiléir's Curiosity Corner Series
Behavior Analyst Certification Board Type 2 CE (1 CEU)
This Paper Review focuses on the paper published in 2014 titled 'The Intersection between Behavior Analysis and Game Design Technologies' by Zachary H. Morford, Benjamin N. Witts, Kenneth J. Killingsworth, and Mark P. Alavosius. It was originally published in The Behaviour Analyst Vol. 37 (1); Pp. 25-40.
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Deterding et al. (Proceedings of the 15th International Academic MindTrek Conference: Envisioning Future Media Environments, USA 15: 9–15, 2011) report a recent rise in popularity of video game inspired software designed to address issues in a variety of areas, including health, energy conservation, education, and business. These applications have been based on the concept of gamification, which involves a process by which nongame activities are designed to be more like a game. We provide examples of how gamification has been used to increase health-related behavior, energy consumption, academic performance, and other socially-significant behavior. We argue that behavior analytic research and practice stands to benefit from incorporating successful elements of game design. Lastly, we provide suggestions for behavior analysts regarding applied and basic research related to gamification.
The paper is accessible through PubMed Central (PMC), which is a free archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM) provided there courtesy of Association for Behavior Analysis International. Please see the link below.
About the Course Instructor
Gillian Martin is a Chartered Psychologist and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst with over 20 years of experience supporting people using behaviour science in Ireland, the United Kingdom and the USA. As well as clinical work, she have always had a strong interest in staff well-being, training, development and supporting teams to think through new concepts and find solutions.The values that drive her work include respect, curiosity, equality and integrity
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