Corpus ID: 14669665

In Your Face(t) Impact of Personality and Context on Gameplay Behavior

@inproceedings{Canossa2015InYF,
  title={In Your Face(t) Impact of Personality and Context on Gameplay Behavior},
  author={Alessandro Canossa and J. Badler and M. S. El-Nasr and Stefanie Tignor and Randy C. Colvin},
  booktitle={FDG},
  year={2015}
}
Video games are now acknowledged as a prominent part of popular culture and played by an audience wider and more varied than ever before. Considerable recent research shows that people engage with games differently, and these variations may be attributable to individual differences. Understanding the impact of personality on behavior in games has several benefits: more inclusive design practices, accurate user models for adaptive applications and articulated toolsets to segment players for game… Expand
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