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Fall 2017 Semester
Nov 18, 2017
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GSND 6330 - Game User Research
Focuses on topics of player psychology—cognition; memory; emotions; attention; and game-focused theories such as engagement, fun, user experience, player-need-satisfaction model, and flow. The development cycle of any game relies on the understanding of the players, the target market of the game product. Covers game usability engineering and game-specific evaluation methods, such as play testing, rapid iterative testing and evaluation (RITE), play-heuristic evaluation, and retrospective play reviews. Offers students an opportunity to learn how to analyze qualitative and quantitative data and to apply parametric and nonparametric statistical evaluation methods, qualitative data coding and analysis, and descriptive statistics. Requires students to apply visualization techniques of data and reporting.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Seminar

Art and Design Department

Course Attributes:
GS Col of Arts, Media & Design

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:     
      Graduate
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:     
      Coll of Soc Sci & Humanities
      College of Engineering
      College of Science
      Coll of Arts, Media & Design
      Coll of Computer & Info Sci

Prerequisites:
Undergraduate level GSND 5130 Minimum Grade of D- or Graduate level GSND 5130 Minimum Grade of C- or (Graduate level CS 5340 Minimum Grade of C- and Graduate level CS 6350 Minimum Grade of C-)

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