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Publisher: Sage Publications

Volume 33, Number 4, 2002

Integrating visualization into the modeling of business simulations
pp. 409-424(16)
Authors: Perotti, V. J.; Pray, T. F.

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Constructs of simulation evaluation
pp. 425-440(16)
Authors: Feinstein, A. H.; Cannon, H. M.

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Games, motivation, and learning: A research and practice model
pp. 441-469(29)
Authors: Garris, R.; Ahlers, R.; Driskell, J. E.

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Guest editorial: Simulation in language learning, part 2
pp. 470-472(3)
Author: Halleck, G. B.

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The power of experience
pp. 477-480(4)
Author: Kamimura, Y.

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Motivating students beyond teacher expectations
pp. 481-485(5)
Author: Ince, A.

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Conflict and roles in simulations
pp. 486-489(4)
Author: Tjie, C. B.

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Debriefing stress
pp. 490-503(14)
Authors: Hill, J. L.; Lance, C. G.

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WHALING: TRADITION OR MURDER?
pp. 512-521(10)
Authors: Kamimura, Y.; Tjie, C. B.

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Different ways to introduce a business simulation: The effect on student performance
pp. 526-532(7)
Authors: Snow, S. C.; Gehlen, F. L.; Green, J. C.

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