For more than four decades, Simulation & Gaming: An International Journal of Theory, Practice and Research has served as a leading international forum for the exploration and development of simulation/gaming methodologies used in education, training, consultation, and research. It appraises academic and applied issues in the expanding fields of simulation, computer- and internet-mediated simulation, virtual reality, educational games, video games, industrial simulators, active and experiential learning, case studies, and related methodologies.

Multidisciplinary in Scope

The broad scope and interdisciplinary nature of Simulation & Gaming are demonstrated by the wide variety of interests and disciplines of its readers and contributors, who practice in areas such as: business, cognition, communication, decision making, psychology, economics, education, educational technologies, engineering, entrepreneurship, environmental issues, human resources, international studies, language training, learning theory, management, marketing, medicine, multiculturalism, , negotiation, organization studies, peace and conflict studies, policy and planning, political science, project management, sociology, teamwork, technology, and research methodology. 

Convenient Format

Every issue of Simulation & Gaming features theoretical and applied articles; conceptual papers; empirical studies; simulation/game reviews, ready-to-use simulations/games; brief communications; and association announcements, news and notes. 

Special Theme Issues & Debates

Simulation & Gaming
frequently publishes single-theme Symposium Issues and Special Sections guest-edited by experts in the field.
 
Distinguished Sponsors

Simulation & Gaming
is the official journal of several professional associations, including:

Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning
Japan Association of Simulation and Gaming
International Simulation and Gaming Association
North American Simulation and Gaming Association
Society for Intercultural Education, Training, and Research
Society of Simulation and Gaming of Singapore

For more than 30 years, Simulation & Gaming has served as a leading international forum for the study and discussion of simulation/gaming methodologies used in education, training, consultation, and research. This outstanding quarterly journal not only examines the methodologies, but also explores their application to real-world problems and situations. Simulation & Gaming: An International Journal of Theory, Practice and Research contains articles examining academic and applied issues in the expanding fields of simulation, computerized simulation, gaming, modeling, play, role-play, debriefing, game design, experiential learning, and related methodologies. The broad scope and interdisciplinary nature of Simulation & Gaming are demonstrated by the wide variety of interests and disciplines of its readers, contributors, and editorial board members. Areas include: sociology, decision making, psychology, language training, cognition, learning theory, management, educational technologies, negotiation, peace and conflict studies, economics, international studies, communication, policy and planning, organization studies, political science, education, environmental issues, multiculturalism, research methodology.

Business Editor
Precha Thavikulwat Towson University, USA
Associate Editors
Philip H. Anderson University of St. Thomas, USA
Kiyoshi Arai Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
Hans C. Arnseth University of Oslo, Norway
Per Backlund University of Skovde, Sweden
Olivier Barreteau CEMAGREG, France
William D. Biggs Arcadia University
Linda Booth Sweeney Society for Organizational Learning, USA
Edward P. Borodzicz University of Portsmouth, UK
Pieter W. Bots Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Mark A. Boyer University of Connecticut, USA
Gilles Brougere University of Paris, France
Daniel Burgos ATOS Origin Research & Innovation, Spain
Alvin C. Burns Louisiana State University, USA
Michael J. Butler Clark University, USA
Yiyu Cai Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Hugh M. Cannon Wayne State University, USA
Diane Carr University of London
Jimmy M. T. Chang Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Yung-Fang Chen Coventry University, UK
Jeffrey Chin Le Moyne College, USA
Elizabeth Christopher Macquarie University, Australia
Douglas W. Coleman University of Toledo, USA
John Colwell University of Westminster, UK
Thomas M. Connolly University of the West of Scotland
Pierre Corbeil FPC, Quebec
Suzanne de Castell Simon Fraser University, Canada
Sara de Freitas University of Coventry & University of London, UK
Adriana A. de Souza e Silva North Carolina State University, USA
Muhammet Demirbilek Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
Karen E. Dill University of Santa Barbara, USA
Daniel Druckman George Mason University, USA
Richard L Dukes University of Colorado, USA
Knut Ekker Nord-Trondelag College, Norway
A. J. Faria University of Windsor, Canada
Andrew Hale Feinstein Cal Poly Pomona, USA
Andrew Ford Washington State University, USA
Sandra Mumford Fowler La Jolla, USA
Dave Fritzsche Editor - The Business Policy Game, USA
Jeanne B. Funk University of Toledo, USA
David M Gaba Stanford University of Medicine, USA
Amparo Garcia-Carbonell Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Rosemary Garris Simulation Research & Development, USA
G Garson North Carolina State University
Jac L. Geurts Tilburg University, Netherlands
Howard Giles University of California, Santa Barbara
Steve Gold Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Bradley S. Greenberg Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA
Cathy S. Greenblat CHU de Nice, UK
Jeremy J. Hall Hall Marketing, UK
Gene B. Halleck Oklahoma State University, USA
Ralph Hansmann ETH Zurich, Switerland
Jonnie L. Hill University of Balamand, Lebanon
Peter Hill Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority
Gert Jan Hofstede Wageningen University, Netherlands
Arata Ichikawa Ryutsu Keizai University, Japan
Toshiyuki Kaneda Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Fumitoshi Kato Keio University, Japan
Dmitriy N. Kavtaradze Moscow State University, Russia
D. Christopher Kayes George Washington University, USA
Toshiko Kikkawa Keio University, Japan
Yeo Gee Kin National University of Singapore, Singapore
Jan H G Klabbers KMPC, Netherlands
Esther E. Klein St. Francis College, USA
David A. Kolb Case Western Reserve University, USA
Steven T. Kuhn Georgetown University, USA
Timo Lainema Turku School of Economics, Finland
Leigh Lawton University of St. Thomas, USA
Christophe Le Page CIRAD, France
Jonathan Lean University of Plymouth, UK
Linda C. Lederman Arizona State University, USA
Elyssebeth Leigh University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Jeffrey Lennon Liberty University, USA
Andrew Martin University of Warwick, UK
Igor S. Mayer Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Dennis L Meadows University of New Hampshire, USA
Jonathan Moizer University of Plymouth, UK
David Myers Loyola University, New Orleans
Lisa B. Ncube Purdue University, USA
Wendy M. Nehring East Tennessee State University, USA
Elaine M. Raybourn Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Beverly Rising Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid, Spain
Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
Eduardo Salas University of Central Florida
Todd Sandler The University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Stephen H. Schneider Stanford University, USA
Kevin Siqueira The University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Denis Smith University of Glasgow, Scotland
Andrew J. Stainton University of Southhampton, England
John D. Sterman Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Lea Stewart The State University of New Jersey, USA
Nancy Taber Brock University, Canada
Richard D. Teach Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Precha Thavikulwat Towson University, USA
Sivasailam Thiagarajan Thiagi Group, USA
Warren B. Thorngate Carleton University, Canada
Brian Tomlinson Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
Shigehisa Tsuchiya Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
Markus Ulrich UCS Ulrich Creative Simulations, Switzerland
Brian R. Urlacher University of North Dakota, USA
Alexander Verbraeck Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Frances Watts Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Paul Weirich University of Missouri, USA
William J. Wellington University of Windsor, Canada
Ivo Wenzler Accenture, Netherlands
Joe Wolfe Experiential Adventures LLC, USA
Levent Yilmaz Auburn University, USA
Bernard P Zeigler University of Arizona, USA
Section Editors
Pierre Corbeil FPC, Quebec
Muhammet Demirbilek Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
Toshiko Kikkawa Keio University, Japan
David Myers Loyola University, New Orleans
Songsri Soranastaporn Mahidol University, Thailand
Andrew J. Stainton University of Southhampton, England
Warren B. Thorngate Carleton University, Canada
Association News & Notes Editors
Richard L Dukes University of Colorado, USA
Vinod Dumblekar MANTIS, New Delhi, India
Thomas Eberle Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
Annette L. Halpin Arcadia University, USA
Kalayanee Jitgarun King Mongkut's University of Technology Thomburi, Thailand
Toshiko Kikkawa Keio University, Japan
Kevin Lowe University of Auckland
Margaret D. Pusch Intercultural Communication Institute, USA
Songsri Soranastaporn Mahidol University, Thailand
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    Currently (Aug 2012), the on line submission system for S&G is not yet working. We therefore ask you not to use it for the time being. Later, you will be able to upload your manuscript electronically to the SAGETRACK system powered by ScholarOne.

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    Thanks, David Crookall.

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