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'‘Flow’, named in the mid-twentieth century by the Hungarian-American psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, describes a mental state characterised by an intense absorption, the loss of self-consciousness and an altered perception of time. '
Kona Macphee considers two contrasting states of mind—in one of which the mind is wholly engaged, in the other, when it is distracted and unable to concentrate fully. Social media has exacerbated the latter of these tendencies, she argues, making it harder to focus on creative activity.
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