Examining everyday experiences of psychological flow

 Research Project

You are invited to take part in a research project about people's experiences of performing in everyday life. In particular, we are interested in finding out how people's experiences of psychological flow in everyday life relate to their background, motivations, and quality of life. The study is being conducted by Megan Balgue as part of her Honours research, under the supervision of Dr Amanda Krause at James Cook University (Ethics ID: H8244).

Please note that participating in this study rests on you experiencing a performance activity within the upcoming month -- this could be something like an athletic contest, musical performance, a work/university presentation, etc.

For more information and to get started, please email: Megan.Balgue[at]my.jcu.edu.au.

A summary of the project findings will be posted here on this project webpage, when available.

If you have any questions about the study, please contact Ms Megan Balgue.

Principal investigator:
Megan Balgue
College of Healthcare Sciences
James Cook University
Email: megan.balgue@my.jcu.edu.au

Student supervisor:
Amanda Krause
College of Healthcare Sciences
James Cook University
Email: amanda.krause1@jcu.edu.au