Antecedents of Game Performance
AbstractThis paper reports empirical findings of a study of undergraduate business students involved in total enterprise simulation. The games were played in teams. The study shows a positive and significant relation between performance and the students’ expected grade in the course (business management) and between performance and the students’ efforts at carrying out special tasks and analyses. It also shows that males outperform females. No significant relation was found between performance and variables like age, average grades from secondary school or college (GPA), or time spent on decision-making.
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