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Gannon business, engineering professors published in American Psychological Association's Journal

Published: 03/04/2022

A student participates in the study.

A student participates in the study.

Gannon University professors Ikechukwu Ohu, Ph.D., associate professor of industrial and robotics engineering, and Jinhee Yoo, Ph.D., associate professor of sport management and marketing, have published a paper in Technology, Mind, and Behavior, a journal by the American Psychological Association.

The paper is titled, “A Cross-Cultural Study of the Influence of Environmental Factors on VR Gamers’ Experience of Spatial Presence, Enjoyment and Subjective Workload: A Preliminary Study.” The paper provides an initial exploration into identifying factors that influence spatial presence, enjoyment and cognitive workload in virtual reality game play.

View the full research and findings of the paper here

Technology, Mind, and Behavior is an open access, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal published by the American Psychological Association. TMB publishes original work in the area of human–technology interaction with a focus on human behavior at the individual or group level. 

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