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Lindley, C. A., & Sennersten, C. C. (2008). Game play schemas: From player analysis to adaptive game mechanics. International Journal of Computer Games Technology, 2008,  
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      "a game play schema is understood as a cognitive structure for orchestrating the various cognitive resources required to generate motor outputs of game play in response to the ongoing perception of an unfolding game. A game play schema is therefore the structure and algorithm determining
the management of attentional and other cognitive, perceptual, and motor resources required to realize the tasks involved in game play. [...] Schemas can be regarded as mechanisms or algorithms that, among other functions, determine the allocation of attention to cognitive tasks."
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