autotelic


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au·to·te·lic

(aw'tō-tel'ik),
Denoting those traits closely associated with the central purposes of an individual.
[auto- + G. telos, end, completeness, purpose]

autotelic

(ot″ŏ-tel′ik) [ auto- + Gr. telikos, pert. to a goal]
Intrinsically meaningful; self-directed; not dependent on other people or things for value, purpose, or reward.
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Analysis of the responses suggested that "some flow indicators were more relevant for practice than others." (4) The majority of respondents gave high scores to six flow indicators: Unambiguous Feedback and Autotelic Experience in practice scored highest, followed by Transformation of Time and Clear Goals.
Also performing are indie-alternative rock band Autotelic; Silent Sanctuary, a five-piece Filipino rock group known for injecting classical instruments into their contemporary offering; alternative rockers Sandwich with lead vocal icon Raymund Marasigan; indie folk/folk-pop band Ben&Ben; and IV of Spades, who were named New Artist of the Year by Myx Music Awards.
Flow experience and autotelic personality in Japanese college students: How do they experience challenges in daily life.
Csikszentmihalyi (1990) proposes that the flow state is composed of nine main components: balance between challenge and skills, merging of action and awareness, clear goals, unambiguous feedback, concentration on the task, sense of control, loss of self-consciousness, distortion of the sense of time, and autotelic experience.
The test demonstrated that all factors showed regularity in both groups (p > .05), thus, the parametric t-test of independent samples was chosen, which showed that statistically significant difference between the two groups appears to be in the following factors: Balance of challenges-skills [t(40) = -2.226, p < .05], Clear goals [t(40) = -2.330, p < .05], Unambiguous feedback [t(40) = -2.361, p < .05], Transformation of time [t(40) = -2.071, p < .05] and Autotelic experience [t(40) = -2.218, p < .05].
According to the initiator and supporter of the concept, these activities have their own autoplastic and autotelic purposes.
'Autotelic violence' (autotelische Gewalt), finally, aims to destroy the integrity of the body (p.
CONDITION OF FLOW DESCRIPTION Feedback is immediate One knows at every moment how well one is doing Goals are clear One knows at every moment what one wants to do Concentration is deep Irrelevant stimulae are excluded from consciousness Problems are forgotten The opportunities for action in the environment are in balance with the person's ability to act Skills match challenges The opportunities for action in the environment are in balance with the person's ability to act Self-consciousness disappears One has a sense of transcending the limits of one's ego The sense of time is altered Usually it seems to pass much faster The experience becomes autotelic It is worth having for its own sake Control is possible In principle, success is in one's hands
Consequences of experience are the loss of self-consciousness, transformation of time, and autotelic experiences.
Vuong Trieu has committed to funding the operations of Marina with a line of credit of USD 540,000 as well as operational support at Autotelic.
Relying on a number of respected authors from multiple disciplines, Sicart examines play as contextual carnivalesque, appropriative, disruptive, autotelic (with its own goals and purposes), creative, and personal (in the effects and meaning of the play).
"There are nine subscales including challenge-skill balance, merging of action and awareness, clear goals, unambiguous feedback, total concentration, sense of control, loss of self-consciousness, transformation of time and autotelic experience.