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Tambien explica como este fluir puede ser controlado y provocado, como uno puede ajustar sus energias y sus habilidades a los retos concretos de la vida. Save your time and money and go read the summary. Learning to enjoy immediate experience. The whole concept was a bit contradictory and vague. And I should remember that this was early, before these concepts were as popular and well covered as they are now.
Showing of 23 reviews. The method involves giving subjects a pager that will sound at certain points of the day. Views Read Edit View history. July 10, Sold by: Csikszentmihalyi emigrated to the United States from Hungary at the age of 22, working nights to support himself while studying at the University of Chicago. Is this another mumbo-jumbo, pseudo-scientific book? He is noted for both his work in the study of happiness and creativity and also for his notoriously difficult name, in terms of pronunciation for non-native speakers of the Hungarian language, but is best known as the architect of the notion of flow and for his years of research and writing on the topic.
Mostly csikszenymihalyi panders to the self help crowd. Teaching children in order to turn them into good citizens is not autotelic, whereas teaching them because one enjoys spending time with children is. However the writing style was really difficult to get through csikezentmihalyi felt like it dragged on forever.
This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals. Which is better, this or the follow up?? Some people expand their interest to the ethnic group to which they belong, and start collecting relevant books and memorabilia. About Dr Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi is a professor in, and the former chairman of, the department of psychology at the University of Chicago. Book ratings by Goodreads.
Es una muy amplia investigacion, bien presentada. He explains how Activity X can lead to positive experiences and flow but feels the need to fill in X with almost every activity that exists. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi — Wikipedia The person must be engaged in an activity that requires skill.
Lists with This Book. The book is content in merely observing and categorizing human behavior, an attribute of popular psychology, which I feel gives psychology demerits in credibility. Share your thoughts with other customers. A more substantive potential use of words to enhance our lives is the lost art of conversation. The most important step in emancipating oneself from social controls is the ability to find rewards in the events of each moment. Not a good read at all. Leisure provides a relaxing respite from work, but it generally consists of passively absorbing information, without using any skills or exploring new opportunities for action.
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To achieve such autonomy, a person has to learn to provide rewards to herself. Fluir Flow : Una psicologia de la felicidad What transpires in the two situations is ostensibly identical. One state that Csikszentmihalyi researched was that of the autotelic personality.
Through an extensive amount of case studies, controlled experiments, and research of historical figures, this study illustrates that flow is a singularly productive and desirable state. When people restrain themselves out of fear, their mihalt are by necessity diminished. TOP Related Posts.
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