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Flow experience : empirical research and applications

Author: László Harmat; Frans Ørsted Andersen; Fredrik Ullén; Jon Wright; Gaynor Sadlo
Publisher: [Cham], Switzerland : Springer, [2016] ©2016
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This volume provides updates and informs the reader about the development of the current empirical research on the flow experience. The book offers an overview on the latest findings in flow research  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: László Harmat; Frans Ørsted Andersen; Fredrik Ullén; Jon Wright; Gaynor Sadlo
ISBN: 9783319286327 3319286323
OCLC Number: 932095930
Description: xvii, 392 pages : illustrations ; 24
Contents: Part I: Flow Experience: General Introduction; Chapter 1: Flow and Psychological Selection; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Psychological Selection; 1.3 Psychological Selection in Context: Biological and Cultural Influences; 1.3.1 Health Conditions; 1.3.2 Cultural and Social Features; 1.3.3 Psychological Characteristics; 1.4 Final Remarks: The Consequences of Flow; References; Part II: Flow in Arts and Sports; Chapter 2: Finding Flow in Music Practice: An Exploratory Study About Self-Regulated Practice Behaviours and Dispositions to Flow in Highly Skilled Musicians.; 2.1 Introduction2.2 Flow in the Context of Music Practice; 2.3 Method; 2.3.1 Materials; 2.3.2 Self-Regulated Practice Behaviours Questionnaire; 2.3.3 Flow Scale; 2.3.4 Participants; 2.3.5 Procedures; 2.4 Results; 2.5 Discussion; References; Chapter 3: The Experience of Flow in Artistic Creation; 3.1 Introduction: Flow in the Arts; 3.2 Looking at Artistic Creativity; 3.3 Experiencing Flow; 3.4 Conceptualising Flow in the Arts; 3.4.1 Goals Are Clear; 3.4.2 Feedback Is Immediate and Unambiguous; 3.4.3 A Balance Between Skill and Challenge; 3.4.4 Total Concentration on the Task at Hand.; 3.4.5 Action-Awareness Merging3.4.6 Sense of Control; 3.4.7 Transformation of Time; 3.4.8 The Loss of Self-Consciousness; 3.4.9 Autotelic Experience; 3.5 Conclusions; References; Chapter 4: Flow in Sport; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Methods of Studying Flow in Sport; 4.2.1 Interviews; 4.2.2 Questionnaires; 4.2.3 Experience Sampling Method; 4.3 Results: Empirical Research on Flow in Sport; 4.3.1 The Experience of Flow in Sport; 4.3.2 The Occurrence of Flow in Sport; 4.3.3 The Controllability of Flow in Sport; 4.3.4 Qualitative Findings Regarding the Control and Manipulation of Flow.; 4.3.5 Correlates of Flow in Sport4.4 Discussion; 4.4.1 Future Directions in the Study of Flow in Sport; 4.4.1.1 Developing an Explanation of Flow Occurrence; 4.4.1.2 Refined Understanding of the Nature of Flow in Sport; 4.4.1.3 Flow Interventions in Sport; 4.4.1.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Running and Flow: Does Controlled Running Lead to Flow-States? Testing the Transient Hypofontality Theory; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Transient Hypofrontality Theory (THT); 5.3 Further Neuropsychological Research Into the THT; 5.4 Discussion; References; Part III: Flow, Creativity and Productivity.; Chapter 6: Flow in Creativity: A Review of Potential Theoretical Conflict6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Methods Used in Previous Research; 6.3 Discussion: Theoretical Conflicts and Future Research; 6.3.1 Clear Goals and Unambiguous Feedback Components; 6.3.2 Self-Feedback and Dual-Process Thought; 6.3.3 Automaticity, Hypofrontality Theory, and Dual-Process Thinking; 6.3.4 Creative Flow and Affect; 6.3.5 Creative Flow and Enhanced Performance; 6.4 Summary and Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Intuition and Flow; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Dual Process Theories of Cognition; 7.3 On the Nature of Intuition.
Responsibility: László Harmat, Frans Ørsted Andersen, Fredrik Ullén, Jon Wright, Gaynor Sadlo, editors.

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