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The RPG Research Project - Services Overview
by Hawke Robinson published Aug 16, 2017 last modified Sep 13, 2018 04:25 PM
this page provides an overview to help you drill down to which areas of focus you would like to learn about using the research provided on the RPG Research Project website, utilizing music and role-playing games to help people achieve their entertainment, education, and therapeutic goals.
Healthcare Professionals
by Hawke Robinson published May 30, 2016 last modified Aug 01, 2017 11:45 PM
This page provides some key areas of note specifically of interest for healthcare professionals. This includes the broad range of services from psychology & psychiatry, to nurses, many kinds of therapists, etc.
Community Involvement
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 11, 2016
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Recommended Experience, Skills, and Training
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 11, 2016
Located in Archives / / RPG Handbook / Wiki Version
RPG Training Programs
by Hawke Robinson published Jun 14, 2016 last modified Jun 14, 2016 04:38 PM — filed under: , , , , , , , , , , , ,
The RPG Therapeutics LLC website has updated the section of the site listing training options for "Introduction to RPG Training Series", "Role-Playing Game Advocate", "RPG Facilitator", "Game Master in Education", and "Game Master in Therapy" and "Introduction" series of training and certification programs.
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Welcome to the RPG Research Project Website.
by Hawke Robinson published Oct 19, 2016 last modified Apr 30, 2018 06:57 PM
Researching since 1985, and since 2004 providing an online research repository and an open, international community of researchers investigating the effects of all role-playing game formats: tabletop, live-action (LARP), computer-based, and solo adventures.
Welcome to the RPG Research Project Website.
by Hawke Robinson published Oct 19, 2016 last modified Jan 23, 2018 02:36 PM
RPG Research is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Beginning in 1985 at a school for gifted & talented children, evolving and online since 2004, and incorporating as a non-profit in 2017, this website is a volunteer repository of research information on the effects of all forms of role-playing games.
About The RPG Trailer
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 05, 2015 last modified May 10, 2016 11:12 AM — filed under:
The Goal: Build a wheelchair friendly mobile facility providing services currently only provided in Spokane, building the trailer will expand these services be deliverable throughout the Northwest and the rest of North America. These services include using all forms of role-playing games (tabletop, live-action, guided choose-your-own-adventure/solo, and computer-based) helping people with special needs benefit in many ways. Special populations include: at-risk youth, Autism spectrum (ASD / PDD), brain injury recovery, the Deaf, and many others.
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Old Research Repository
by Hawke Robinson published Aug 16, 2017 last modified Dec 13, 2018 07:07 PM
This is RPG Research's older research repository. We are currently moving more than 3,000 content items (1 multi-page essay equals 1 content item) from this old site to our new repository at www.rpgresearch.com/research . The new repository is better organized and formatted, but it takes months for our volunteers to move all this content from the old site to the new site, so we are keeping the old repository available until the move is complete. All new research is being added to the new repository, no new research is being added to this old repository as of 2018.
Should Game Masters for Role-Playing Games be Paid? It Depends.
by Hawke Robinson published Feb 20, 2018 last modified Mar 23, 2018 11:05 AM — filed under:
Increasingly heated debate has been growing in recent years about whether role-playing game masters (RPG GMs) should be paid or not. It depends... NOTE: This article focuses on pure entertainment RPG Professionals, not RPG Professionals in educational or therapeutic settings. To be clear, this is a blog posting, as an opinion piece, not a formal essay or research paper. For more formal essays, see the research sections of the site. This informal article is from the first-person experiential perspective, that attempts to include persuasive argument components, as someone involved with RPGs since the 1970s running many sessions per week, and paid as a GM (when desired) since the 1980s.
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