Opportunity to Participate in Jayne Gackenbach's Research

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Dream Bucket
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Opportunity to Participate in Jayne Gackenbach's Research

Postby Dream Bucket » 17 Jul 2015 06:40

Our video game laboratory at MacEwan University in Alberta, Canada has been examining the effects of video game play on night time dreams for a decade. We have found that there are various well-being outcomes evidenced in the dreams of gamers. You can read about this work in our lab’s blog at http://academic.macewan.ca/gackenbachj/.

We are posting this to you who would select either: First Person Shooter, Role-play, Action or Adventure style games as being your favorite. We would request that you only participate in this research if you play video games at least once a year, and remember your night time dreams at least once per week. The survey would only take about an hour to complete and I am in need of participants just like you! If you are interested, please go to:


This research opportunity is absolutely free and there is no marketing involved to sell anything. This is simply your motive to help us with our research if you desire to do so.

If you have any questions please feel free to write to Craig Guthrie, Honors Student Researcher, Bachelor of Arts Psychology, Honors, MacEwan University, [email protected] or his supervisor Jayne Gackenbach, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, MacEwan University, [email protected]

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Re: Opportunity to Participate in Jayne Gackenbach's Researc

Postby jasmine2 » 19 Jul 2015 03:23

Here is an interesting article -

"Student Commentary On Gaming, Dreams and Meaning" - academic.macewan.ca -
Jayne Gackenback's Web Page

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