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Abstract by Dallin Pulsipher

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Presenter's Name

Dallin Pulsipher

Co-Presenters

None

Degree Level

Undergraduate

Co-Authors

Brennan Smith

Abstract Infomation


Department

Computer Science

Faculty Advisor

Seth Holladay

Title

Endogenous vs Exogenous Gamification

Abstract

We are doing research and conducting an experiment to see the effectiveness of video games to help people accomplish goals. We are testing two different gamification frameworks both exogenous(Value that does not directly effect the game) and endogenous rewards (value that comes from within and affects the game). We have created two different versions of the game, one with exogenous and one with endogenous value. We are currently underway with the experiment with over 40 people participating. We hope to see which version of the game is the most effective. We hope to find that the Endogenous version will prove to be more effective and motivating for people. We will test how much time they spent in the game, the amount of time doing chores, and to see if their overall interest level increases in doing chores