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Submitted by ktype2 382d ago | news

New Study On Why Gamers Cheat Released

Behaviour and Information Technology recently published a new study by Vivian Hsueh-Hua Chen and Yuehua Wu titled, “Group identification as a mediator of the effect of players’ anonymity on cheating in online games”. This study looked in to how other players might effect whether a player cheats or not based on the stance of that particular group. (Culture, Industry, Tag Invalid)

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