Bringing Sports Psychology to the Realm of Video Games

Kotaku Writes:

It probably wasn't coincidence that Shane Murphy returned my call just after I'd thrown my third interception in NCAA '09 and punched off the machine in full perfectionist disgust. Murphy, a professor and researcher of psychology at Western Connecticut State, would later explain that I exhibited classic high-ego, low-task gamer behavior. That is, I am fixated on being seen as a winner, and not the process of becoming one.

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AnthonyPerez3731d ago

That was a hell of a good read. I would consider myself a low-ego, high task gamer.