Federico Alvarez Igarzábal

Federico Alvarez Igarzábal is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health in Freiburg, Germany, working in the EU-funded project VIRTUALTIMES. His research focuses primarily on the temporality of video games from a formalist and cognitive-scientific perspective. He obtained his PhD at the Institute of Media Culture and Theatre of the University of Cologne and the Cologne Game Lab of the TH Köln in 2018 with his thesis »Time and Space in Video Games«.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Cultural Studies, Cultural Studies, Digital and Social Media, Media Aesthetics, Media Studies, Popular Culture

Publications in the Series: Studies of Digital Media Culture

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Violence | Perception | Video Games
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Release date: 2019-11-27

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Violence | Perception | Video Games

New Directions in Game Research

This anthology compiles papers presented at the two first editions of the Young Academics Workshop of the Clash of Realities conference: Perceiving Video Games (2017) and Reframing the Violence and Video Games Debate (2018).
Time and Space in Video Games
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Release date: 2019-09-23

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Time and Space in Video Games

A Cognitive-Formalist Approach

For his comprehensive analysis of the temporality of video games Federico Alvarez Igarzábal combines detailed formal analysis with cognitive-scientific theories of time perception.

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