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Play with my Expectations: Players Implicitly Anticipate Game Events Based on In-Game Time-Event Correlations

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Halbhuber, David ; Thomaschke, Roland ; Henze, Niels ; Wolff, Christian ; Probst, Kilian ; Bogon, Johanna
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 25 Jan 2024 09:18


Temporal regularities and the timing of events and actions such as anticipating enemy movements or planning one’s next move are essential components of almost every video game. Thus, to succeed in video games, it is advantageous to anticipate events and prepare relevant actions before they occur. This work explores whether elapsed time can be used as a predictive cue for implicitly anticipating ...


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