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Cognitive Perspective of Flow Theory and Video Games

Flow Theory Csikszentmihalyi (1990) flow theory is based on several interrelated psychological constructs: ability, attitude, cognition, emotion, motivation, and personality. When perfectly combined in a task, they catapult a person into a state of flow commonly known as being in the zone. Csikszentmihalyi refers to this as an optimal experience. “He discovered that people around the world had shared descriptions

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Gagne’s Format for Designing Effective Training

  Even after his death, Robert Mills Gagné continues to be one of the most influential contributors to instructional design. His work with the US Army Air Corps  was instrumental in aiding the military during World War II to screen aviation recruits effectively and efficiently. This work led to the first edition of The Conditions of Learning in 1965, of

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