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  • The Relevance of Videogames in the Development of Children: Analysis of Learning the Skylanders Videogame   [CPSH 2013]
  • Author(s)
  • Zhao Zhuxuan, José L. Linaza
  • ABSTRACT
  • This paper describes how a group of 50 children learned to play a videogame and explores their cooperation abilities and their differences according to ages and genders.
  • KEYWORDS
  • Videogames; Learning; Children; Gender
  • References
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    Bruner, J.S. (2012). What Psychology Should Study. International Journal of Educational Psychology, 1(1), 5-13.
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    Linaza, J.L. y Bruner, J.S. (2012). La importancia del contexto cultural en el desarrollo del juego infantil. En J.A. García Madruga, R. Kohen, C. del Barrio, I. Enesco y J.Linaza (Editores), Construyendo Mentes. Ensayos en homenaje a Juan Delval. nstruyendo Mentes. Ensayos en homenaje a Juan Delval. Constructing Minds. Essays in honor of Juan Delval, cap.13 Madrid: UNED.

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