Flow and Life Satisfaction
Through a 30 question survey, I aim to examine flow experiences as a positive emotion-inducing activity and how individuals respond to these events. The survey targets the relationship between momentary happiness and life satisfaction as well as highlights important aspects of flow that require further research. The results depict how humans respond to flow experiences and what dimensions are shared among responses to various flow experiences as well as across participants. The dimensions of flow, and its relationship to appraisal theory and the Broaden-Build Model, provides insight into human emotion through positive experiences and the adaptive qualities they possess.