Effects of Mindfulness Training on Emotion Regulation and Attention

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Robins, Clive J

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Ekblad, Andrew Griffin

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2009-08-28T05:00:02Z

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2009-08-27T18:39:38Z

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2009-08-27T18:39:38Z

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2008-01-01

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Psychology and Neuroscience

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The effect of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training on experimental measures of attention and emotion regulation was assessed. Two laboratory based measures of attention and emotion regulation were employed. Amongst a number of hypotheses, the effect of MBSR on return to emotional baseline was assessed. Analyses indicated that MBSR training had no effect on physiological indices of emotion regulation. Self-report measures indicated that MBSR training led to faster return to baseline negative emotional experience following a stressor. Implications and future directions are discussed.

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https://hdl.handle.net/10161/1340

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en_US

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Psychology, Clinical

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Attention

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Emotion

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Experiment

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Mindfulness

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Effects of Mindfulness Training on Emotion Regulation and Attention

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Dissertation

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6

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