Ballard, Mary

ASU

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Stress-Induced Analgesia Through Video Game Play 2010 2832 Research on the positive effects of video game play suggests that video games provide an analgesic effect. The majority of research examining the analgesic properties of video games has suggested that cognitive distraction is the primary mechanism t...
Detection of Physiological and Affective Desensitization to Violent Video Games Using Facial Electromyography 2012 2579 Some evidence, using the framework of the General Aggression Model (GAM), suggests that exposure to violent video games decreases physiological arousal and blunts affective responses (i.e., produces desensitization) to subsequent exposure to violent ...
Play Hard, Sleep Harder: Relationship Between Time Spent Playing Videogames And Sleep 2018 280 The use of electronics, including videogames, has been shown to affect sleep. However, previous results have been inconsistent. The current correlational study used a college-aged sample to look at how several variables are related to aspects of sl...
Is A Person’s Memory Of News Exposure Related To Their Attitudes Towards Transgender Individuals? 2019 41 Previous studies have examined the factors that contribute to attitudes towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals. However, research specifically on attitudes towards transgender individuals is scarce. Due to the negative men...
Differences In Dimensions Of Sleep Among LGBTQ College Students 2019 33 Despite acceptance of LGBTQ individuals growing, limited research has been performed on this population. Therefore, we have little understanding of specific problems that may affect LGBTQ people. This study aims to help fill this gap by looking at th...