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What is flow and flow triggers by Kohler - 1 views

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    We are especially familiar with the psychological flow triggers. In this slide, Steven Kohler who is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning journalist, and the cofounder and director of research for the Flow Genome Project varies flow triggers in four categories; psychological, environmental, social and creative. Kohler mentions flow triggers in more details in his book called The Rise of Superman. I watched trailers of his book beside watching this slide. I think it is a good point to relate creativity and flow in this way. Also, social and environmental aspects are essential because not in every flow moment, we're alone. So, I think this slide (and the book if you can buy) would be informative for you.
Serap Sarıkaya

Your Brain on Flow: Ultimate Human Performance - 0 views

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    Action sports superstars including Robbie Maddison (moto daredevil), Jimmy Chin(photographer), Travis Rice (snowboarder), Dean Potter (climber), Mike Horn (adventurer) and Danny Way (skateboarder) join author Steven Kotler to go deeper into the science and neurochemistry of how flow states are triggered, and their effects on your brain.
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The Flow Experience in Education - 0 views

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    Shared video is related to flow in education. It gives information about happiness, creativity, divergent thinking, and key elements of the flow. There are some statistical data for creativity, graphic of flow and examples from different fields. Enjoy :)
nehirkv

Flow Theory and Research - 0 views

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    An interview about flow theory and research with Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi who is a professor.
Selçuk Kılınç

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Flow, the secret to happiness - 0 views

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    Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's Ted Talk about how the flow term is appeared. Beyond, how he started to deal with psychology and the only aim of him to find an answer to "What makes a life worth living?" He searched an answer at different area and find the best answer at psychology. Although he know nothing about Carl Jung, even he doesn't know the name of him (I am surprised to that); after participating at one of his conference; he affected and started to deal with psychology. Finally, after this studies, he appeared the term, 'flow'.
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    I also add the most famous painting of Dali, persistence of memory. Because flow term remind me that painting. I think we are at our surreal world at the flow instance and also the time term is completely lost. http://www.dalipaintings.com/images/paintings/the-persistence-of-memory.jpg
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    I like this painting of Dali! Although it can be commented in various ways, we can comment it from the point of view of flow theory like; in the flow moment you don't realize time flies until that moment ends. Thus, I agree with you that it really fits into distortion of sense of time.
kuttai

Yasamaya Dair- Genco Erkal and Fazıl Say - 3 views

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    Genco Erkal and Fazıl Say performing this poet with piano. Not only they are in the flow, also people who is listening and watching also feeling that moment.
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    Very good example, very good poem, very good performance. I think "ölmekten korktuğun halde ölüme inanmadığın için" line is one of the best meaningful verse at Turkish poetry. Also, I think this one is better in terms of performance and recording qualities; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEbsNaWA7-I
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    I took a great opportunity to listen them live last year. Its name was "Nazım Oratoryosu" . That was an incredible performance. I recommend that if you have a chance, you can listen them without thinking.
kuttai

Flow on the ice! - 2 views

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    Kurt Browning is the one of the best skaters in the world. He has 3 times World Champion title!! Besides all of that you will see how he skates and how he is in the flow when he is skating. This is not s competition. This is a show program but you can see him enjoying while he is skating and forget about everything while doing every moves:) enjoy!!
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Flow by MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI - 0 views

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    This animated video explains Mihaly CSIKSZENTMIHALYI's Flow Theory. So, how much of your time do you feel in the apathy part of the graph?
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    The video contains good examples explaining flow theory.
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    I haven't read this book before, but as I understand from the book review, it worth to be read. I suggest you to watch this review for understanding the relationship between challenge and skill better.
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    A good summary of the flow ;)
vahidetekeakay

Welcome to Flow in Games - 1 views

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    2300 years ago, Aristotle concluded that, more than anything else, men and women seek happiness..." - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (1990) In the last 30 years, as a form of entertainment, video games have evolved from confined arcade activities into a mature media.Video games have deeply infiltrated our daily life and our society. As if toys expanded every child's imagination, modern videogames take advantage of a player's active involvement to open more possibilities than any other existing mediums. [Wright 2006] More and more people grow up playing video games, treating them not only as an art form but also as serious media.
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    Good application of flow theory to games
elanuryilmaz

Eight Tips for Fostering Flow in the Classroom - 2 views

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    It's every teacher's dream to have students who engage deeply with their lessons, want to learn for learning's sake, and perform at the top of their potential. In other words, teachers want their kids to find "flow," that feeling of complete immersion in an activity, where we're so engaged that our worries, sense of time, and self-consciousness seem to disappear.
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    I liked this article because it adds more flow elements like making kids laugh, positive realationships, and relevancy of the task and choice
Mine Önal

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Flow, the secret to happiness | TED Talk | TED.com - 3 views

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    Video of Csikszentmihalyi on Flow, the secret of hapiness
ibrahim tanrikulu

games (I/we used to play) to keep flowed - 1 views

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    I am sharing this video of kid games which are almost forgotten. Remember that as a kid, we used to keep flowed in physical space as well. It seems that for being flowed, computers or online tools are not the basic sources.
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    I agree..there was fun, cooperation, challege..we were all flowed..too focused to think of time...I'm not sure whether we were cognitively engaged :-), but we had total motivation to do the same things again and again...
ibrahim tanrikulu

What makes a good game? - 1 views

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    Computer games are the most common tools to keep us "flowed". So, What makes a good computer game?
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    As I was reading about call of duty and flow, I again recognised that there is a distinct difference among genders ;)
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    My father has been playing bridge online. He is one of the late adopters to technology, yet, he plays bridge for hours and hours without realising what is happening around himself. He has played bridge online for 6000 hours since 2007. I just asked him "why are you playing", he said, "because I have fun" and "because it is challenging" and "I get points". Well, he just covered the flow theory and games :)
Sinem Hizli Alkan

Super Mario! - 0 views

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    I guess everyone of us played that game with a very clear goal: to save the princess! There was a hidden power which kept us hours and hours playing that game, now we now what it is: Flow! :)
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