Wai Yen Tang's Blog
Wai Yen Tang is a graduate student in Ohio State University's School of Communication. His interests are in the effects of videogames. He maintains a blog reviewing social science studies on videogames.
A field experiment examining negative and positive reactions to male vs. female voice within an FPS game. The role of players' status and performance are examined.
An examination of three studies that failed to replicate past findings on the cognitive benefits of video games.
An academic alternative to the Greater Internet Fuckwad Theory and how such alternative can offer insights into antisocial and prosocial online behaviours.
The study assessed the relationship between video game use and sexist attitudes, using data from a representative sample of German players aged 14 and older.
A review of studies in how computer science stereotypes act as psychological barriers to women from majoring to computer science. These barriers are extended to videogames.
The study examined if there is a relation between video game preferences and career interests.
Wai Yen Tang's Comments
[Blog - 07/16/2015 - 01:47]
Masculinity is socially inherent, it ...
Masculinity is socially inherent, it 's a part of one 's identity. But it varies on a continuum between people, some are hyper-masculine or the opposite as not so masculine at all. The same goes for femininity, some are highly feminine to not very at all.
[Blog - 06/03/2015 - 02:15]
I recognize some of the ...
I recognize some of the experiences Laralyn and the black google engineer had described, in social psychology it 's called stereotype threat, the feeling that they might be doing something that could confirm stereotypes. r n r n I have to navigate the expectation of stereotypical behavior and disappointment when ...
[Blog - 05/29/2015 - 03:03]
Hi Dr. Williams I 've ...
Hi Dr. Williams I 've been wondering how well known is the SIDE theory within the gaming industry or for that matter outside of academia
[Blog - 03/16/2015 - 01:02]
[Blog - 10/17/2014 - 12:17]
I don 't have an ...
I don 't have an answer for your first and third questions. Although, I 'd like to know what a comparison with another study would accomplish. r n r nI am unsure if I understood your second question, but the teenagers for study 2 were probably knew each other, although ...
[Blog - 08/14/2014 - 04:37]
Could hypnotizability or something in ...
Could hypnotizability or something in memory processes be potential factors in Game Transfer Phenomenon Perhaps individuals high in hypnotizability who would report sensations under hypnosis would more likely to report GTP during gaming. r n r nGiven that GTP are reported more often by excessive gamers or those who play ...