This looks like a really solid start working towards what seems to be a very interesting book chapter! Seeing as you have a section referencing the experience of flow and the theories surrounding it, you may find this series of articles useful, if you haven't already come across them. Best of luck.
People with an autotelic personality show many of characteristics which are described in people with a mastery mindset. Someone with a mastery mindset is someone who believes that their abilities are malleable and can be improved with practice. They enjoy tasks which they are likely to be challenged by that will lead them to learning something new. An example that they use in the textbook (p215) is Einstein who initially struggled with academia but became better with practice. Similarity's between descriptions of autotelitc personalities and people with growth mindsets include:
Enjoying tasks beyond their skill level so that they can learn from the experience
Greater persistence when faced with a difficult task
Setting approach oriented goals; they set goals which they seek to gain skills rather than protect what they already have
You may be able to incorporate how mastery mindsets affect people with an autotelic personality into you chapter. To find out more about what mastery mindsets are and if you may be able to include it in your chapter see pages 211-219 in:
Reeve, J. (2018). Understanding Motivation and Emotion, 7th Edition (7th ed., pp. 203-226). New York: Wiley.
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Your article is looking good so far!! Throughout your article you mention "Csikszentmihalyi" without a year several times which could make it confusing for people who wish to look at the source as you have two references under that name in your reference list.
Also when doing in text references that are part of a sentence use the word "and" instead of "&". The "&" symbol is used for references that are not directly in the sentence. For example correct APA would be;
Study by Mills and Fullagar (2008) on the relation between motivation....
There is no relation between extrinsic motivation and flow, suggesting external rewards do not assist in facilitating learning and engagement in students (Mills & Fullagar 2008).
Hi, I'm just wondering how you made the question options a square in your second test your knowledge quiz? I thought it looked quite nice compared to the usual circles. --U3144248 (discuss • contribs) 14:10, 20 October 2019 (UTC)
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