" Optimizing Motivation, Learning and Behavior Change in your Serious Game" By Scott Rigby - Serious Play Conference 2012
by SeriousGamesAssoc on Sep 18, 2012
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Scott Rigby speaks about "Optimizing Motivation, Learning and Behavior Change in your Serious Game" at the 2012 Serious Play Conference ...
Scott Rigby speaks about "Optimizing Motivation, Learning and Behavior Change in your Serious Game" at the 2012 Serious Play Conference
The goal of serious games is not the game itself. The game mechanics are but a tactic to the true goals of creating a deeper sustained engagement with users that results in deeper learning, greater behavior change, and sustained value. As such, the real key to understanding how to strategize, design, and deploy serious games in domains such as health, education, and training lies in understanding the basic psychological needs of users, designing experiences that facilitate these needs to intrinsically deepen motivation and achieve the desired goals.
This session will review a highly validated applied model of motivation - the "Player Experience of Need Satisfaction" - that is based in 30 years of behavioral science research using a leading theory of motivation (Self-Determination Theory). Examples of practical application in education, health care, and other domains will be given throughout the talk to provide the audience with clear, practical takeaways.
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