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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name that the author has coined for people who are internally driven to find flow in their lives?
2. The author asks the reader to put aside the thought that ___________ can bring happiness to a person.
(a) Material objects.
3. In a structured atmosphere, it is possible and easier to measure optimal experience through a _______________.
(b) Planned activity.
(c) Reward system.
4. The concept of the Flow is a state in which one is so immersed in something that nothing else _________________.
(a) Can measure up.
(b) Will make them smile.
(c) Will ever be the same.
(d) Seems to matter.
5. ________ can teach a person how to exert the control and thereby steer the consciousness in the direction of joy and harmony.
Short Answer Questions
1. The author believes that without _____________, one can not measure success and thus enjoyment will not be complete.
2. A person can not control __________ or war, according to the author and be brings this up at several times.
3. Many still believe that happiness is defined by ___________, though the author says this is not the case.
4. When events or information clashes with a person's sense of self, then _____________ entropy can occur.
5. Pleasure is the realization of ___________, while enjoyment is the situation when goals are exceeded, according to the author.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is a person able to do as a result of having a consciousness, according to the author?
2. How does the author say that happiness can be achieved, as he does not believe it is an unattainable goal?
3. What are the five key factors that can assure that a child may have an optimum experience in his life?
4. What might happen if a person were to burst into an office demanding answers as to why they got passed over for a promotion?
5. What does the author say goes hand in hand with many things that are enjoyable?
6. What can the self give insight into, according to Csikszentmihalyi in this section of the book?
7. What is the relationship between culture and the way a person can experience flow in his life?
8. What does it mean when an event escapes a person's consciousness, according to the author?
9. What are the conditions in which flow can be experienced, according to the author at the start of the chapter?
10. What happens to the self during experience, according to the author?
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