Serious Games for Health and Medicine
Serious Games for Education
Serious Games for Political and Societal Change
User Needs Assessment for Games
Formative Evaluation and Development of Games
Exergames, Active Games and Gamification of Physical Activity
Quality of Games
Usability of Games and Gamification
Gamification is one of the techniques that applies game elements, such as game mechanics and dynamics, to a nongame context (eg, management, education, marketing, and health care).
Games for Rehabilitation
Games for Cognitive Assessment
Games for Medical Education and Training
Games for Pain Management
Theoretical Foundations and Frameworks on Games and Gamification
Viewpoints and Personal Experiences on Gaming and Games
Game Design and Efficacy of Game Elements
Questionnaires and Instruments Related to Gaming
For example, development and/or validation of questionnaires for users, developers, or analysts of serious games.
Game Addiction and Other Unintended Consequences
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Corrigenda and Addenda
Letters to the Editor
Theme Issue: IEEE SeGAH: Serious Games and Applications for Health
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Tutorials in Serious Games
Standard article type