Freeman, G., & Wohn, D. Y. (2018). Understanding eSports Team Formation and Coordination. Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 27, 1019-1050. [PDF]
Wohn, D. Y., Freeman, E., Quehl, K. (2017). A game of research: Information-seeking and decision-making in daily fantasy sports. In Proceedings of CHI PLAY, 355-366, New York, NY: ACM [pdf]
Freeman, G., & Wohn, D. Y. (2017). Social support in eSports: Building emotional and esteem support from instrumental Support interactions in a highly competitive environment. In Proceedings of CHI PLAY, 435-447, New York, NY: ACM [pdf]
Wohn, D. Y. (2017). StarCraft: Bringing legitimacy to competitive gaming. In R. Mejia, J. Banks, & A. Adams (Eds.), 100 Greatest Video Game Franchises. Rowman & Littlefield.
Freeman, G.,& Wohn, D. Y. (2017). eSports as An Emerging Research Context at CHI: Diverse Perspectives on Definitions [PDF] CHI 2017 Late-breaking work, 1601-1608
Wohn, D. Y. (2016). From faux-social to pro-social: The mediating role of copresence in developing expectations of social support in a game.
PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 25 (1), 61-74
Leith, A., Ratan, R., & Wohn, D. Y. (2016). The (De-)evolution of evolution games: A content analysis of the representation of evolution through natural selection in digital games.
Journal of Science Education and Technology, 25, 655-664.
Wohn, D. Y., Lee, Y-H., & Ozkaya, E. (2015). Social contributors and consequences of habitual and compulsive game play [PDF]
International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 11, 17-34
Wohn, D. Y. (2014). Spending real money: Purchasing patterns of virtual goods in an online social game Proceedings of CHI 2014, pp. 3359-3368. New York, NY: ACM. [pdf]
Ellison, N. B., Wohn, D. Y., & Heeter, C. (2014). Implications and applications of sociable gaming for higher education. In W. G. Tierney, Z. B. Corwin, T. Fullerton, & G. Ragusa (Eds). Postsecondary play: The role of games and social media in higher education. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins Press
Wohn, D.Y., & Wash, R. (2013). A virtual “room” with a cue: Detecting personality through spatial customization in a city simulation game [PDF] Computers in Human Behavior, 29(1), 155-159.
Lee, Y-H. & Wohn, D.Y. (2012). Are there cultural differences in how we play? Examining cultural effects on playing social network games [PDF]
Computers in Human Behavior, 28(4), 1307-1314
Wohn, D. Y., & Na, E.-K. (2012). Virtual Item Purchasing Patterns in a Social Game: Differences between high and low spenders [PDF] Proceedings of iConference 2012, poster, ACM Press.
Wohn, D. Y., Lampe, C., Wash, R., Ellison, N., & Vitak, J. (2011). The “S” in social network games: Initiating, maintaining, and enhancing relationships [PDF]
In Ralph H. Sprague, Jr. (Ed.), Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference of System Sciences (HICSS), p.1-10. IEEE Computer Society
Wohn, D. Y., Lee, Y., Sung, J., Bjornrud, T. (2010). Building common ground and reciprocity with social network games [PDF]
Proceedings of CHI 2010 Extended Abstracts, p. 4423-28. ACM Press. Microsoft Student Research Competition, 3rd Place.
Sung, J., Bjornrud, T., Lee, Y.,Wohn, D. Y. (2010). Social network games: Audience traits [PDF] Proceedings of CHI 2010 Extended Abstracts, p. 3649-54. ACM Press.