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XXIV.6 November + December 2017
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Games and play leading the way to better shared experience


Authors:
Katherine Isbister

  If I could wave a magic wand over our field, I would have our community decide that we will truly value quality, in-the-moment shared experience, and commit to using our expertise in the service of supporting it better. Then I’d have everyone study what great game designers already know and do to help make this happen. We know social connection is important. Research has found correlations between social isolation and health concerns such as inflammation, altered immune systems and sleep patterns, cognitive decline in older adults, and risk of heart disease and stroke [1]. Social isolation is a risk…




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