Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 12 items for :

  • "daydreaming" x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All
Restricted access

Alexander T. Latinjak

). Daydreaming and fantasizing: thought flow and motivation . In K.D. Markman , W.M.P. Klein , & J.A. Suhr (Eds.), Handbook of imagination and mental simulation (pp. 225 – 239 ). New York, NY : Psychology Press . Lagarde E. , Gabaude C. , Maury B. , Lemercier C. , Salmi L

Open access

Tricia McGuire-Adams, Janelle Joseph, Danielle Peers, Lindsay Eales, William Bridel, Chen Chen, Evelyn Hamdon, and Bethan Kingsley

threatening, and potentially so important. Daydreaming, dissociating, and letting our minds drift (to) elsewhere(s) are similarly frowned upon. Such leisurely pursuits lack focus, drive, and a commitment to progress. Faster, higher, stronger, and no longer. Daydreaming is a direct threat to (hyper

Restricted access

Theo Ouvrard, Alain Groslambert, and Frederic Grappe

speed); and (3) distraction (eg, daydreams, spectators, or imagining music), expressed as a relative percentage of their total ITT thoughts. This classification was based on Brick et al 23 , 33 and Stevinson and Biddle’s recommendations 24 and was similar to those used in previous studies. 26 , 34

Restricted access

Yannick Kluch and Amy S. Wilson

much-needed break. It was her last day at the office before heading to the airport for winter break, when her office phone rang and pulled her out of her daydreams about the various plans she had for spending her time away from work. “This is Jamie, office of inclusion,” she said as she picked up the

Restricted access

Jorge Zamarripa, René Rodríguez-Medellín, and Fernándo Otero-Saborido

their mental counterparts, such as inattention, lack of concentration, apathy, or daydreaming. Emotional reactions are critical to descriptions of disaffection, because patterns of action differ depending on whether withdrawal is based on anxiety, boredom, shame, frustration, or sadness ( Skinner et

Restricted access

Sarah Danthony, Nicolas Mascret, and François Cury

to PE because it is difficult to have distracting thoughts, such as daydreaming about a forthcoming holiday ( Putwain & Symes, 2012 ), during an evaluative motor task with strong time constraints. But the cognitive dimension of anxiety is not limited to test-irrelevant thinking in the literature. The

Restricted access

Alexander Tibor Latinjak

, fast and slow . New York, NY : Farrar, Straus, and Giroux . Klinger , E. ( 1978 ). Dimensions of thought and imagery in normal waking states . Journal of Altered States of Consciousness, 4 , 97 – 113 . Klinger , E. ( 2009 ). Daydreaming and fantasizing: Thought flow and motivation . In K

Restricted access

Stacey Alvarez-Alvarado, Graig M. Chow, Nicole T. Gabana, Robert C. Hickner, and Gershon Tenenbaum

Attention Focus Scale ( Tammen, 1996 ; AFS) is a one-item measure of attention allocation ranging from 0 (pure dissociation—external thoughts, daydreaming, environment) to 10 (pure association—internal thoughts, how body feels, breathing, technique). Tammen found the scale to be an efficient and valid

Restricted access

Stacey Alvarez-Alvarado and Gershon Tenenbaum

scale ( Tammen, 1996 ) ranging from 0 ( external thoughts, daydreaming, environment ) to 10 ( internal thoughts, how body feels, breathing, technique ). The one-item measure is an effective and valid method of capturing participants’ attention focus ( Tammen, 1996 ), designed to represent the continuum

Restricted access

Tang Tang, Christiana Schallhorn, Qing Guo, and Danielle Sarver Coombs

I am watching my favorite teams; and I like the stimulation I get from watching sports.” Escape —“I watch sports because it gives me the opportunity to temporarily escape life’s problems; because it allows me to forget about my problems; and to me, watching sports is like daydreaming because it