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The contentment that some 27 percent of employees report--and that I feel probably about 27 percent of the time--is known as equilibrium, or "flow," a concept pioneered in a 1976 study by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, a professor and former chair of the University of Chicago's psychology department--and a fellow whose surname could give no small dose of anxiety to anyone who had to pronounce his last name in front of a large audience. In his 1976 study, Csikszentmihalyi defined flow as a level of total mind-body involvement that causes a person to lose all sense of time and to feel contentment in stride with an activity.