Allows you to administer the FLOW as an online survey via a non-Mind Garden survey system or as a paper and pencil survey. The downloadable PDF file includes one copy of the FLOW, scoring key, and permission to administer the FLOW up to the quantity purchased. The PDF is non-refundable.
The Flow Scales* (FLOW)
License to Administer
Purchase FLOW License to Administer if you plan to administer the FLOW as an online survey via a non-Mind Garden survey system or as a paper and pencil survey. You retype or reproduce, administer, and score the FLOW yourself.
Conditions for Online UseYou agree to:
Distributing an entire instrument in either the text of an email or as an email attachment is strictly prohibited.
Translations are available free of charge with your FLOW license purchase. Translations are provided in a separate pdf-format file. Select the language from the Translation drop-down list. Need multiple translations? Contact us. Can't find the translation you need? You may request permission to make a translation by requesting/completing the Translation Application Form.
Note: We cannot assure translation quality — many are made by individual researchers and we are not necessarily familiar with the particular language or dialect. Some of the translations are partial and typically do not have validation data. Basically, we offer whatever is available to facilitate your work.
Alternative License Types
licenses to administer the FLOW as an online survey using Mind Garden's Transform™ System. Offers easy administration, downloadable data file with raw results and scale scores per respondent. Customization services are available to include additional information such as informed consent, demographic questions, and other assessments.
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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