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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
N.Ducheneaut L.Nelson J.N.Bailenson K.Rickertsen S.Suzuki V.Bellotti Y.Nakao T.Asahi S.Fukuzumi H.Shiao P.Likarish M.Yao Thomas Debeauvais C.V.Lopes B.E.John
Talks about:
world (3) motiv (3) warcraft (2) between (2) phone (2) model (2) mobil (2) gamer (2) user (2) time (2)

Person: Nick Yee


Contributed to:

CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
HCI p3 20092009
CHI 20072007
DiGRA 20052005
FDG 20142014
CHI PLAY 20162016

Wrote 10 papers:

CHI-2012-YeeDN #development #game studies #online #validation
Online gaming motivations scale: development and validation (NY, ND, LN), pp. 2803–2806.
Through the azerothian looking glass: mapping in-game preferences to real world demographics (NY, ND, HTS, LN), pp. 2811–2814.
CHI-2011-SuzukiBYJNAF #mobile #modelling
Variation in importance of time-on-task with familiarity with mobile phone models (SS, VB, NY, BEJ, YN, TA, SF), pp. 2551–2554.
Introverted elves & conscientious gnomes: the expression of personality in world of warcraft (NY, ND, LN, PL), pp. 753–762.
Do men heal more when in drag?: conflicting identity cues between user and avatar (NY, ND, MY, LN), pp. 773–776.
HCI-AUII-2009-SuzukiNABYF #comparison #empirical #interactive #mobile #modelling #sequence
Empirical Comparison of Task Completion Time between Mobile Phone Models with Matched Interaction Sequences (SS, YN, TA, VB, NY, SF), pp. 114–122.
CHI-2007-YeeBR #case study #experience #user interface
A meta-analysis of the impact of the inclusion and realism of human-like faces on user experiences in interfaces (NY, JNB, KR), pp. 1–10.
DiGRA-2005-Yee #game studies
Motivations of Play in MMORPGs (NY).
Retention and progression: Seven months in World of Warcraft (TD, CVL, NY, ND).
CHI-PLAY-2016-Yee #motivation #what
The Gamer Motivation Profile: What We Learned From 250, 000 Gamers (NY), p. 2.

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