Games in Health and Education

http://briantinsman.com/http:/uptimebot.org.php Up to this point, we have reviewed a diverse set of potentialbenefits of gaming relevant to children’s cognitive, motivational, social, and emotional development. The medicalfield has picked up on these positive effects and becomeincreasingly interested in “gamifying” medical interventions (Ritterfeld, Cody, & Vorderer, 2009), as evidenced bythe emergence of a new journal (Games for Health Continue Reading