Developing a serious game to evaluate and train group decision making skills

  title={Developing a serious game to evaluate and train group decision making skills},
  author={Conor Linehan and Shaun W. Lawson and Mark Doughty and Ben Kirman},
The current paper describes the building of a serious game designed to teach group decision making skills to a unique audience; people who co-ordinate responses to real-world emergencies such as floods, fires, volcanoes and chemical spills. Eighteen participants were recruited and videotaped while playing a paper prototype of the game. Players' actions within the game were analysed in terms of whether the challenges that are present in real world decision-making environments are also present in… CONTINUE READING
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