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2012 | 3/2012 (38) | 262-270
Article title

Gry komputerowe w organizacji - uwarunkowania psychologiczne

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Computer games in the organization - psychological determinants
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Artykuł podsumowuje obecny stan wiedzy z zakresu zastosowania gier komputerowych w organizacji i ich uwarunkowań psychologicznych. Wymienia i opisuje najważniejsze aspekty, które należy brać pod uwagę przy projektowaniu i wykorzystaniu gier komputerowych w szkoleniach, oraz wskazuje najważniejsze zagrożenia związane z użytkowaniem gier w procesach dydaktycznych. Sugeruje także najistotniejsze kierunki dalszych badań z tego zakresu oraz najbardziej perspektywiczne obszary zastosowań gier komputerowych w organizacji.
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The article summarizes the present state of knowledge on usage of the computer and video games in the organization and its psychological determinants. It enumerates and describes the most important aspects to consider while designing and using the computer and video games in training and indicates the most important threats for the application of the games in the didactic processes. It also suggests the main directions of further research and the most perspective areas of the further usage of the computer and video games in the organization.
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262-270
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2012-09-30
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1644-9584
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-a1265a6f-464a-425b-a91a-b2fc051af21a
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