CONTRIBUTING TO EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES
We believe there's a need for interdisciplinary research, conversation, and community around game studies and games-related scholarship.
We believe the science of games and thriving can be used to support changes to systems that impact youth.
iThrive Research aims to contribute to the scholarship of the power of games. We do that through our peer-reviewed Journal of Games, Self, & Society, and our Juvenile Justice System research project.
Journal of Games, Self, & Society
Journal of Games, Self, & Society (JGSS) highlights work focused on how games, game design, and gameplay contribute to a deeper understanding of learning, health, and humanity.
Juvenile Justice Research
Learn how iThrive plans to use a co-design approach with youth involved with the juvenile justice system to explore opportunities and barriers to supporting their mental health.