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Flourishing

The concept flourishing is based on optimal human functioning. It incorporates several constructs from the field of positive psychology. In contrast to the commonly used hedonic approach of subjective well-being, flourishing is based on the eudaimonic approach of psychological well-being … Continue reading

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Games for Health

Health science has been embracing gaming as a meaningful way to communicate, educate, and as a mechanism to deliver treatment [1,2]. There has been a growing interest in both serious games for health and gamified health interventions [3], especially those … Continue reading

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Before the paper Effect of a Health Game Prompt

There are two stories here. One is the story of the content of the paper and this is pretty straight forward. It started reading a paper and wondering about something: “…reading the work of Brooks, it seemed to me that … Continue reading

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PhD Gaming to cope

Gaming has promise. In order to fulfil its didactic promise we need to understand exactly what goes on while people are ‘in game’ and how this joyful experience can be used to facilitate positive behaviours – such as functional coping … Continue reading

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A tale of two papers

Writing, submitting and publishing a paper contains the best of times and the worst of times. There is great pleasure in getting your thoughts down on paper, hammering on them with earlier research and the critical eyes of all the … Continue reading

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Greater self-efficacy

Self-efficacy is a persons’ belief in their capability to perform any task. When looking at self-efficacy we are not so much loooking at how correct this assesment is, but rather we are interested in the belief of the person.   … Continue reading

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