Episode 47 – Reward Substitution

At full strength the team discusses how reward substitution can be used for improved results. We also go on a bit of a rant about reward substitution in negotiations, and how it may be killing all the creativity in the Serious Games community. But before we start are Rant, Michael shares his experience watching the live stream of graduation from the School of Science and Math. Why he shares, you may ask, because it’s all about Star Wars, Jedi’s and reward Substitution. In honor of that we present you with two great Star Wars related pictures:
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(for you Darth Vadar Mail Box fans!)

And – IMG_8472
(for fencing fans).
Michael R. then mis-remembers how you make a light saber sound- what he actually remembered was the sound of the blaster.

Michael M. gets us back on track with how Reward Substitution was used in getting people to inject themselves with interferon in early liver disease research. After this we decided that we need to get a bit more healthy by eating some bugs. Which left a bad taste in our mouth, and we ended up going on a bit of rant. And both Michael R. and Phaedra try to get Michael M. to jump on the rant with us! So we all get out our buggy whips and start beating on the car manufactures! What do you think of some of the ridiculous constraints that people are putting on serious games development? Comment below!

Show Links:
Dan Ariely
Screen Shot
LiveStream from Graduation
Cicada based Sushi
The Lost Colony and Cannibalism
Eating Bugs on Fear Factor
Call back to I game alone
Google IO
Unity 3D
Cocos2D/A>
Fold It
Flip Teaching
Diablo III
Microsoft One Announcement
Star Craft 2 – Heart of the Swarm
Zombie Level – Black Ops
Wasted Time App
Dots
Star Command
Dead Ahead

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About MichaelRowe

Michael Rowe is the co-founder and co-host of GamesAtWork.biz. He maintains the website http://www.michaelrowe01.com, and in his spare time sings with the http://www.durhamsavoyards.org .
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