|Summary:||Sports psychology has been looking to understand the main variables that influence in the performance of a person that competes on different sports. However, it is still hard to explain how someone can have a high performance on one day and perform not as good on the next day. This investigation seeks to explore the correlations between Flow and Mood States on sports. The Flow State Scale (FSS) and the Profile of Mood States (POMS) were administrated to 99 male participants and 41 female participants between 10 and 25 years old. All participants were practicing a sport and participated in at least one competition with their club before. Results show correlations between flow and activity. On the other hand, results showed no correlations between flow and anxiety or hostility. In conclusion, results indicate that some negative mood states might be necessary in order to have the highest performance. More research is needed on this subject.|
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