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Understanding Food well-being through flow contribution

Abstract : This research aims to further our understanding of food well-being and to propose a conceptual model based on the immersive experience of flow (Csikszentmihalhyi,1990). A qualitative study based on subjective personal introspection methods (or autoethnography) (Holbrook, 1995) combining a series of 27 interviews and a collection of 14 photographs and stories, shows that food well-being feeling emerges in flow experience.
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Autres rapports, séminaire, workshop
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Submitted on : Friday, March 31, 2017 - 2:06:44 PM
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Ophélie Mugel, Patricia P. Gurviez. Understanding Food well-being through flow contribution. 2017. ⟨hal-01499440⟩



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