Linda K. Kaye

Linda K. KayeDr Linda K. Kaye is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Edge Hill University. Her primary area of research relates to the social processes and contexts of digital gaming on psychosocial outcomes. She also has more general interests in aspects of virtual identity and the factors associated with self-presentation across virtual platforms.

Publications

The Process Model of Gameplay to Understand Digital Gaming Outcomes
Linda K. Kaye. © 2019. 12 pages.
Common conceptions of digital gaming often allude to its role in promoting aggression, yet little is understood about its function as enjoyable leisure. This alternative lens...
Online Decision Making: Online Influence and Implications for Cyber Security
Helen Joanne Wall, Linda K. Kaye. © 2018. 25 pages.
The growth in computer-mediated communication has created real challenges for society; in particular, the internet has become an important resource for “convincing” or persuading...
Online Research Methods
Linda K. Kaye. © 2018. 13 pages.
With the advancement of technology and internet connectivity, the potential for alternative methods of research is vast. Whilst pen-and-paper questionnaires and laboratory...
Football Manager as a Persuasive Game for Social Identity Formation
Linda K. Kaye. © 2015. 12 pages.
This case illustrates the way in which the football management simulation game, Football Manager (Sports Interactive), enhances the processes through which players formulate...
Football Manager as a Persuasive Game for Social Identity Formation
Linda K. Kaye. © 2014. 17 pages.
This case illustrates the way in which the football management simulation game, Football Manager (Sports Interactive), enhances the processes through which players formulate...