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Hidden Options and Player Pushback: Rhetoric of Mass Effect 2
by Robson-May, Rebekah, M.A.  Colorado State University. 2011: 111 pages; 1498088.
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Perceptions of Video Games in Education by PK-12 Public School Administrators in Connecticut
by Wlodarczyk, Matthew Steven, Ph.D.  University of Connecticut. 2012: 104 pages; 3510542.
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Multiplayer Educational Role Playing Games (MPERPGs) and the Application of Leadership
by Clayton, Andrew Stafford, Ed.D.  Grand Canyon University. 2017: 348 pages; 10257450.
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Game on girl: Identity and representation in digital RPGs
by McMenomy, Elizabeth Regina, Ph.D.  Washington State University. 2011: 152 pages; 3460407.
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Virtually Smoking: Exploring Player Perception of Tobacco Content in Video Games
by Forsyth, Susan Redman, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2016: 347 pages; 10133422.
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Myth in translation: The ludic imagination in contemporary video games
by Guyker, Robert William, Jr., Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2016: 467 pages; 10101054.
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Games as theater for soul: An archetypal psychology perspective of virtual games
by Savett, Susan Mallard, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2014: 297 pages; 3686802.
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The games men play: How community college men use video games to construct masculinity
by Niemi, Eric J., Ed.D.  Northern Illinois University. 2014: 268 pages; 3681948.
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The Dynamics of Rewards and Punishments in Video Games: A Content Analysis
by Craighead, Britney Nicole, M.A.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2016: 74 pages; 10159655.
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Improving civility in the mental health nursing workplace through assertiveness training with role-play
by Sanderson, LuAnn, D.N.P.  Western University of Health Sciences. 2013: 95 pages; 3587674.
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Preparing preservice teachers to engage parents through assessment
by Mehlig, Lisa M., Ed.D.  Northern Illinois University. 2013: 136 pages; 3567769.
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An Analysis of Virtual Economics in Video Games
by Hamidi, Bijan Alexander, M.S.  California State University, Fullerton. 2018: 54 pages; 10808086.
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Does Signaling Theory Account for Aggressive Behavior in Video Games?
by Huskey, Richard Wayne, M.A.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2014: 48 pages; 1555260.
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Expanding the Magic Circle and the Self: Integrating Discursive Topics into Games
by da Rosa Faller, Roberto, Ph.D.  Illinois Institute of Technology. 2020: 323 pages; 28157122.
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Assessing video game behaviors that meet DSM-V criteria for a non-substance related disorder
by Powers, Mitchell R., Psy.D.  Adler School of Professional Psychology. 2015: 116 pages; 3664305.
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The effects of game-based technology on high school students' algebraic learning in an urban school classroom
by Abdelhafez, Amal, M.A.T.  The William Paterson University of New Jersey. 2016: 87 pages; 10240334.
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Avatar creation in online virtual worlds: A uses and gratifications perspective
by Lin, Hsin, M.A.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2013: 67 pages; 1534529.
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