Allows you to administer the FLOW DFS-2-Physical as an online survey using Mind Garden's Transform™ System. Includes data collection: data file with participants' raw data and raw scale scores. Customization services are available.
LONG Dispositional Flow Scale - Physical (DFS-2-Physical)
Transform Survey Hosting (Data)
Upon purchase of FLOW Transform Survey Hosting: DFS-2-Physical (Data) licenses, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org which includes a login link to your Mind Garden Transform Account where you will admininster the FLOW DFS-2-Physical survey via a campaign. Follow the steps to create the campaign, set the campaign options, invite your participants to complete the survey, and monitor their progress. For other survey delivery options, see Transform Delivery Options.
FLOW DFS-2-Physical online demographics: none.
Transform Survey Hosting is a data license for research purposes only. This license grants you permission to collect and disclose (a) item scores and scale scores, (b) statistical analyses of those scores (such as group average, group standard deviation, T-scores, etc.) and (c) pre-authorized sample items only, as provided by Mind Garden, for results write-up and publication.
For example, with purchase of the Transform Survey Hosting (Data) and when presenting your findings:
Note: this list illustrates some permitted and prohibited uses of the instrument and is not meant to be all-encompassing.
The instrument items, directions, manual, individual report, group report, and any other descriptive information available through Mind Garden is the intellectual property of the copyright holder and can be used only with purchase or written permission from Mind Garden.
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Robert C. Eklund, Ph.D., is Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Advancement and Mode L. Stone Distinguished Professor of Sport Psychology at Florida State University.
Susan A. Jackson, PhD, is a sport and exercise psychologist. She has spent her career researching the concept of "flow" - that optimal psychological state popularly known as "being in the zone."
Andrew J. Martin, PhD, is an educational psychologist specializing in motivation, engagement, achievement, and quantitative research methods. He is Professor Research Fellow and Australian Research Council Future Fellow at the University of Sydney (New South Wales 2006, Australia).
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