May 3rd, 2012, 06:41 AM
Starcraft + Science
I am a psychology researcher at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Our group takes a long-term developmental approach to studying the influences of video games on children and teens. For a change, our research looks not only to the negative invlufences of video games, but to the positive ones too.
Our first study focuses on Starcraft. And we are excited to say that our university is hosting the 1st ever Nijmegen Student Starcraft League (NSSL) tournament, with over 70 registered competitors!
I am writing because to recruit you to help with our research. We currently have a survey online that we use to track the how different gamers developed their gaming habits and how they deal with challenges in life. It takes 15-20 minutes and your help would be most appreceated.
The survey: http://www.socsci.ru.nl/surveys/sc2_fixed1.htm
More info: http://nssl.nl/starcraft-science
Visit the NSSL & watch their broadcasts: http://nssl.nl/
Thanks for your attention!
Feel free to contact me at SC2Study@gmail.com
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