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* In [[psychology]], '''mental state''' is an indication of a person's [[mental health]].
 
* In [[psychology]], '''mental state''' is an indication of a person's [[mental health]].
** [[Mihaly_Csikszentmihalyi#Flow|Relaxed in Flow (psychology)]], a Relaxed mental state of arousal, flow, over-learned self-control and relaxation.
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* [[Mihaly_Csikszentmihalyi#Flow|Relaxed in Flow (psychology)]], a Relaxed mental state of arousal, flow, over-learned self-control and relaxation.
 
* In the [[philosophy of mind]], a '''mental state''' is the kind of state or process that is unique to thinking and feeling beings. These can be representational states, see [[propositional attitude]], or qualitative states, see [[qualia]].
 
* In the [[philosophy of mind]], a '''mental state''' is the kind of state or process that is unique to thinking and feeling beings. These can be representational states, see [[propositional attitude]], or qualitative states, see [[qualia]].
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==See also==
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*[[Mental state examination]]
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==References==
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Mental state in terms of challenge level and skill level. Clickable.[1]

See also


References

  1. Csikszentmihalyi, M., Finding Flow, 1997.

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