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Advances in Flow Research


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1. Historical Lines and an Overview of Current Research on Flow.- 2. On the Conceptualization and Measurement of Flow.- 3. Antecedents, Boundary Conditions and Consequences of Flow.- 4. Flow in Nonachievement Situations.- 5. Flow Theory and Cognitive Evaluation Theory: Two Sides of the Same Coin?.- 6. On the Relationship Between Flow and Enjoyment.- 7. The Dark Side of the Moon.- 8. The Psychophysiology of Flow Experience.- 9. Autotelic Personality.- 10. Social Flow.- 11. Flow in the Context of Work.- 12. Flow Experience in Human Development: Understanding Optimal Functioning Along the Lifespan.- 13. Flow in Sports and Exercise: A Historical Overview.- 14. Flow in Music and Arts.- 15. Flowing Technologies: The Role of Flow and Related Constructsin Human-Computer Interaction.- 16. Theoretical Integration and Future Lines of Flow Research.

About the Author

Corinna Peifer, PhD, is Professor for Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Lübeck, Germany. Her research is located at the interface between Work- and Organizational Psychology and Psychophysiology, and she is particularly interested in how flow relates to stress and wellbeing. Corinna Peifer is founding member of the European Flow-Researchers’ Network (EFRN), Country Representative Germany for the European Network for Positive Psychology (ENPP) and Vice-President of the German Association of Positive Psychology Research (DGPPF). Stefan Engeser, PhD, teaches psychology at the University of Trier. He also works as a trained clinical psychotherapist. His research focuses on learning and achievement motivation and individual differences in motive strength. As part of his research on motivation he is particularly interested in flow in achievement contexts and in daily life. He has done research on flow for about 20 years after his interest in flow started as a PhD student of Falko Rheinberg (who was the first researcher on flow in Germany). His practical interest refers to motivational aspects in behavioral therapy with flow representing an important source of motivation.

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