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  • 1 Pszichológiai Doktori Iskola, Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Budapest
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Az elmúlt évtizedekben az áramlat élmény (flow) és dimenzióinak mérésére számos vizsgálati módszer született (interjúk, az Élményértékelő Mintavételi Eljárás különböző verziói, kérdőívek). Jelen mérőeszköz, a Flow Állapot Kérdőív (FÁK) kifejlesztéséhez Csíkszentmihályi Mihály (1997) fenomenológiai definíciójából indultunk ki. Célunk a flow alapdimenzióinak megbízható megragadása (mivel egyelőre nincs konszenzus a flow élmény alapvető faktoraira vonatkozóan) és egy elméleti alapokon nyugvó, mégis empirikusan kipróbált mérőeszköz kimunkálása volt.

A FÁK első verziója egy 40 itemes, ötfokú Likert-skálás mérőeszköz. Ennek tesztelésére több vizsgálatot is folytattunk, melynek során összesen 214 személy töltötte ki a kérdőívet. Az adatokon feltáró post hoc elemzéseket és faktorelemzést végeztünk, és egy 16 itemes, kétfaktoros modellhez jutottunk. A kérdőívet iteminputáció segítségével (+7 item) fejlesztettük tovább, így született meg a kérdőív 23 itemes második verziója. A mérőeszközt ezután több vizsgálat során alkalmaztuk – összesen 260 fő részvételével – és megvizsgáltuk a kérdőív látens struktúráját. Az itemek közül lépésenként kizártuk azt a hármat, melyeknek a faktortöltése 0,5-nél kisebb volt, így a feltáró faktoranalízis egy 20 itemes kétfaktoros megoldást eredményezett: (1) a „Kihívás-készség egyensúly” (11 item), valamint az (2) „Egybeolvadás a feladattal” (9 item) faktorok.

E két faktor azonosítása megerősíti azt az elméleti feltételezést, mely szerint a flow élmény alapvető, meghatározó tényezői a kihívás-készség egyensúly, valamint a feladattal való egybeolvadás.

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Language Hungarian
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1981
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Founder Természettudományi Kutatóközpont -- Research Centre for Natural Sciences
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ISSN 0230-0508 (Print)
ISSN 2060-2782 (Online)

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