Dr. Umair Shah co-authors paper about the role of personality factors on video game engagement

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

GI faculty member Dr. Muhammad Umair Shah from the Department of Management Sciences is a co-author on the recently published paper in IEEE Access, “The Role of Personality Factors Influencing Consumer Video Game Engagement in Young Adults: A Study on Generic Games” with authors Amir Zaib Abbasi, Umair Rehman, Helmut Hlavacs, Ding Hooi Ting, and Saima Nisar.

The paper presents findings from a study investigating the impact of personality dimensions on consumer videogame engagement. 380 Gamers aged 16-19 years responded to a questionnaire to assess their personality dimensions and allow them to self-report on their experience with videogames.

“Our findings indicate that personality traits such as consciousness and extraversion impact consumer videogame engagement, whereas agreeableness, emotionality, openness-to-experience, and honesty-humility do not.”

Abbasi, Shah, Rehman, Hlavacs, Hooi Ting, and Nisar.

Read the full article in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Access, an interdisciplinary journal that publishes research across all IEEE interest fields.

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