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Flow experience [electronic resource] : empirical research and applications

Flow experience [electronic resource] : empirical research and applications

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Harmat, László.
Title Statement
Flow experience [electronic resource] : empirical research and applications / László Harmat ... [et al.], editors.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham :   Springer International Publishing :   Imprint: Springer,   c2016.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xvii, 392 p.) : ill.
ISBN
9783319286341
요약
This volume provides updates and informs the reader about the development of the current empirical research on the flow experience. It opens up some new research questions at the frontiers of the field. The book offers an overview on the latest findings in flow research in several fields such as social psychology, neuropsychology, performing arts and sport, education, work and everyday experiences. It integrates the latest knowledge on experimental studies of optimal experience with the theoretical foundation of psychological flow that was laid down in the last decades.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Preface -- PART I. Flow Experience: General Introduction -- Chapter 1. Flow and Psychological Selection; Antonella Delle Fave and Marta Bassi -- 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; Ajauró M.V. and Heim C.F -- Chapter 3. The Experience of Flow in Artistic Creation; Tatiana Chemi -- Chapter 4. Flow in Sport; Christian Swann -- Chapter 5. Running and Flow. Does Controlled Running lead to Flow-States?: Testing the Transient Hypofrontality Theory; Oliver Stoll and Jan M. Pithan -- Part III. Flow, Creativity and Productivity -- Chapter 6. Flow in Creativity: A Review of Potential Theoretical Conflict; Genevieve M. Cseh -- Chapter 7. Intuition and Flow; Lauri Järvilehto -- Chapter 8. Flow at Work as a Moderator of the Self-Determination Model of Engagement; Daniela De Fraga and Giovanni B. Moneta -- Part IV. Flow in Education -- Chapter 9. The EduFlow Model: A Contribution Toward the Study of Optimal Learning Environments; Jeanne Heutte, Fabien Fenouillet, Jonathan Kaplan, Charles Martin-Krumm and Rémi Bachelet -- Chapter 10. Using ESM to Study Flow in a STEM Project; Frans Ørsted Andersen -- Chapter 11. Flow, Leisure, and Positive Youth Development; Teresa Freire, Dionísia Tavares, Eliana Silva and Ana Teixeira -- Part V. Flow in Every Day Experiences -- Chapter 12. Flow in the Context of Daily Experience Fluctuation; Marta Bassi and Antonella Delle Fave -- Chapter 13. Flow Within Everyday Emotions and Motivations: A Reversal Theory Perspective; Jon Wright -- Part VI. The Social Flow -- Chapter 14. Social Psychology of Flow: A Situated Framework for Optimal Experience; Marco Boffi, Eleonora Riva, Nicola Rainisio and Paolo Inghilleri -- Chapter 15. The Application of Team Flow Theory; Jef J.J. van den Hout, Orin C. Davis and Bob Walrave -- Chapter 16. New Technologies as Opportunities for Flow Experience: A Framework for the Analysis; Stefano Triberti, Alice Chiroco and Giuseppe Riva -- Part VII. Flow and Personality -- Chapter 17. Flow and Individual Differences: A Phenotypic Analysis of Data from More than 10,000 Twin Individuals; Fredrik Ullén, László Harmat, Töres Theorell and Guy Madison -- Chapter 18. Optimal Experience and Optimal Identity: A Multinational Examination at the Personal Identity Level; Yanhui Mao, Scott Roberts and Marino Bonaito -- Chapter 19. The Flow Experience in Clinical Settings: Applications in Psychotherapy and Mental Health Rehabilitation; Eleonora Riva, Teresa Freire and Marta Bassi -- Part VIII. Psychological Correlates of the Flow Experience -- Chapter 20. Experimental Paradigms to Investigate Flow-Experience and Its Psychophysiology - Inspired from Stress Theory and Research; Tahmine Tozman and Corinna Peifer -- Chapter 21. The Flow Experience Revisited: The Influence of Skills-Demands-Compatibility on Experiential and Psysiological Indicators; Johannes Keller -- Chapter 22. Towards a Neorobiological Understanding of Reduced Self-Awareness during Flow: An Occupational Science Perspective; Gaynor Sadlo.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Psychology. Attention. Positive psychology.
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500 ▼a Title from e-Book title page.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a Preface -- PART I. Flow Experience: General Introduction -- Chapter 1. Flow and Psychological Selection; Antonella Delle Fave and Marta Bassi -- 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; Ajauró M.V. and Heim C.F -- Chapter 3. The Experience of Flow in Artistic Creation; Tatiana Chemi -- Chapter 4. Flow in Sport; Christian Swann -- Chapter 5. Running and Flow. Does Controlled Running lead to Flow-States?: Testing the Transient Hypofrontality Theory; Oliver Stoll and Jan M. Pithan -- Part III. Flow, Creativity and Productivity -- Chapter 6. Flow in Creativity: A Review of Potential Theoretical Conflict; Genevieve M. Cseh -- Chapter 7. Intuition and Flow; Lauri Järvilehto -- Chapter 8. Flow at Work as a Moderator of the Self-Determination Model of Engagement; Daniela De Fraga and Giovanni B. Moneta -- Part IV. Flow in Education -- Chapter 9. The EduFlow Model: A Contribution Toward the Study of Optimal Learning Environments; Jeanne Heutte, Fabien Fenouillet, Jonathan Kaplan, Charles Martin-Krumm and Rémi Bachelet -- Chapter 10. Using ESM to Study Flow in a STEM Project; Frans Ørsted Andersen -- Chapter 11. Flow, Leisure, and Positive Youth Development; Teresa Freire, Dionísia Tavares, Eliana Silva and Ana Teixeira -- Part V. Flow in Every Day Experiences -- Chapter 12. Flow in the Context of Daily Experience Fluctuation; Marta Bassi and Antonella Delle Fave -- Chapter 13. Flow Within Everyday Emotions and Motivations: A Reversal Theory Perspective; Jon Wright -- Part VI. The Social Flow -- Chapter 14. Social Psychology of Flow: A Situated Framework for Optimal Experience; Marco Boffi, Eleonora Riva, Nicola Rainisio and Paolo Inghilleri -- Chapter 15. The Application of Team Flow Theory; Jef J.J. van den Hout, Orin C. Davis and Bob Walrave -- Chapter 16. New Technologies as Opportunities for Flow Experience: A Framework for the Analysis; Stefano Triberti, Alice Chiroco and Giuseppe Riva -- Part VII. Flow and Personality -- Chapter 17. Flow and Individual Differences: A Phenotypic Analysis of Data from More than 10,000 Twin Individuals; Fredrik Ullén, László Harmat, Töres Theorell and Guy Madison -- Chapter 18. Optimal Experience and Optimal Identity: A Multinational Examination at the Personal Identity Level; Yanhui Mao, Scott Roberts and Marino Bonaito -- Chapter 19. The Flow Experience in Clinical Settings: Applications in Psychotherapy and Mental Health Rehabilitation; Eleonora Riva, Teresa Freire and Marta Bassi -- Part VIII. Psychological Correlates of the Flow Experience -- Chapter 20. Experimental Paradigms to Investigate Flow-Experience and Its Psychophysiology - Inspired from Stress Theory and Research; Tahmine Tozman and Corinna Peifer -- Chapter 21. The Flow Experience Revisited: The Influence of Skills-Demands-Compatibility on Experiential and Psysiological Indicators; Johannes Keller -- Chapter 22. Towards a Neorobiological Understanding of Reduced Self-Awareness during Flow: An Occupational Science Perspective; Gaynor Sadlo.
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530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
538 ▼a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
650 0 ▼a Psychology.
650 0 ▼a Attention.
650 0 ▼a Positive psychology.
700 1 ▼a Harmat, László.
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991 ▼a E-Book(소장)

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