Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2018/Mindfulness and flow
I recently read a book on mindfulness that was really quite interesting. It was written by a Vietnamese monk named Thich Nhat Hanh. If you search his name you might find some really interesting insights and examples of applying mindfulness to every day tasks to achieve flow. --U3099598 (discuss • contribs) 05:01, 29 September 2017 (UTC)
This is really interesting! :) to make in interactive do you reckon it would be a good idea to include video/audio of mindfulness techniques? --U3097076
There are some great graphs that display the optimal relationship between arousal and efficacy. Could be a good visual aid for your chapter. --U3151994
Hi, I have recently been interested in this article about flow and clutch states in sport. It would be really useful to have it as an example, case study or even just a paragraph on what a clutch state is. "Swann, C., Crust, L., & Vella, S. A. (2017). New directions in the psychology of optimal performance in sport: flow and clutch states. Current opinion in psychology, 16, 48-53." Also, your references are not in APA format and I also struggled with this. There is a template you can add into the reference section called "hanging indent" which will help clean them up. All the best, Chantelle --Chantellej 12 (discuss • contribs) 03:49, 24 October 2018 (UTC)
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Hi I'm enjoying the development of your topic on mindfulness and flow!! For your quiz, I thought it might be worth linking some of the questions to the topics as they are discussed (e.g. benefits of work and study, etc.) This could help reinforce concepts and points made within the sections they are included; and also break up large sections of just words and reading
Hope this feedback is helpful!!
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Hey there, your chapter looks like its coming along well, I look forward to reading it. I recommend you add a caption, that are consistent with the APA style, to your images explaining what they are showing, here is a link which might help http://libguides.unitec.ac.nz/apareferencing/images-tables-figures I hope this helps! --Brittany (u3117719) (discuss • contribs) 05:53, 20 October 2018 (UTC)
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