A Comparison of a Stand Alone Version of a Simulation with the Traditional Competitive Version

Jerry Gosenpud, Timothy W. Scott


This study compared the traditional, human competitor version of a total enterprise simulation with a version where players compete against programmed competition. Dependent variables were learning and satisfaction. Those who played against programmed competitors learned as much as those playing the traditional version but were less satisfied.

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