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Elméleti háttér: Az optimális élmény (áramlat, flow) különböző helyzetekben való vizsgálata széles körű kutatási területté vált a pozitív pszichológiában, azonban az interakciókban való működésmódja továbbra is megválaszolandó kérdést jelent. Cél: Az áramlat-élmény dinamikájának kihívást jelentő, interakciós helyzetekben való kvantitatív vizsgálatának támogatására célunk a Flow Szinkronizáció Kérdőív (FSZK) kidolgozása. Módszerek: A mérőeszköz fejlesztése racionális és empirikus tesztszerkesztési hagyományokat is követ. A kérdőív kidolgozása az elméleti alapon létrehozott tételsor után négy empirikus vizsgálat során valósult meg, melyekben összesen 2077 felnőtt vett részt (két laboratóriumi kísérlet: N1 = 60; N2 = 100; két kérdőíves kutatás: N3 = 358; N4 = 1709). Eredmények: Az eredmények szerint a végső, 28-tételes mérőeszközt öt jól interpretálható faktor alkotja, melyek a közös feladatmegoldáshoz kapcsolódó flow-élményre, valamint a motivációs és koordinációs (feladat- és kapcsolatfókusz) aspektusokra vonatkoznak: 1. Hatékonyság és összehangoltság a partnerrel (12 tétel); 2. Bevonódás-élmény és koncentráció (5 tétel); 3. Motiváció és pozitív hatás a partnerre (3 tétel); 4. Motiváció és tanulás a személy számára (4 tétel); 5. Koordináció a partnerrel a tevékenység közben (4 tétel). A skálák belső konzisztenciája megfelelő. A kérdőív látszatérvényessége elfogadható, az áramlat-élményhez kapcsolódó konvergens validitása megfelelő, a skálák a flow-élmény faktoraival közepes mértékű együttjárást mutatnak. Következtetések: A FSZK kidolgozása hozzájárulhat a flow-szinkronizáció konstruktumának operacionalizálásához és a társas flow-élmények jövőbeni empirikus vizsgálatához.

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