The Psychology of Video Games - 1: Rage quitting, frustration and aggression

Jamie chats with Dr. Przybylski about rage in gaming

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Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I just found out @JamieMadigan has a podcast. I've been a long-time fan of his blog, The Psychology of Video Games. It provides great insights on how games influence our psyche and behavior. This inaugural episode is all about rage quitting (😡) with Oxford University's Dr. Andrew Przybylski.
Alex CarterHiring@alexcartaz · Operations @ 60dB. Ex-PH Podcasts 😻
@rrhoover I'm really excited to check this out. This is such a fascinating phenomena (among many others unique to video games) and I've never heard a psychologist or neuroscientist discuss it. I think I was secretly hoping Radiolab would dedicate some episodes to video games. This is a great premise for a podcast.
David Spinks@davidspinks · CEO, CMX Media
Love a good old fashioned rage quit! Sometimes it's the only thing you can still control while you're getting destroyed. Will definitely check this out, always found gaming psychology fascinating.