Determining the Relationship between Player Frustration and Learning and Mastery in Video Games

Thesis Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is to determine the effects of frustration on learning and mastery in video games. For this study, the target population is high school students. Using an frustration-inducing game as a testbed, we will study the relationship between in-game events, frustration and learning and master; the researchers will try to determine the correlation between them. The following data gathering methods will be used to conduct the experiment: 1. biometrics, 2. video and audio recording, 3. log file analysis and, 4. survey results.
Neil Adrian B. Abendan
Joyce Villanueva
Kim Flores

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