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by WIRYANTA MULJONO; Sri Setiyawati; Sudarsana
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Understanding Consumer Intention in Online Shopping Wiryanta Muljono1*, Sri Setiyawati2, Sudarsana3, Priyanka Pertiwi Setiawati4 1 Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Jakarta, 10110, Indonesia 2 Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Prof. Dr. Moestopo (Beragama), Jakarta, 12250, Indonesia 3 Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, 57126, Indonesia 4 Department of Ocean...
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by Linda Visser; Janosch Linkersdörfer
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Code and data for Visser et al. (2020). Comorbidities between specific learning disorders and psychopathology in elementary school children in Germany. Frontiers in Psychiatry
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Self-compassion is associated with a variety of positive outcomes including well-being and positive body image. There is a need for accessible online selfcompassion resources that can be disseminated to the general public. This study will examine the efficacy of a 30-day internet-delivered self-compassion training within a non-clinical general population sample and its effects on reports of well-being and body dissatisfaction. Using a randomized controlled design, this study will compare the...
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In this study we investigate whether the 8-week-course "Stressreduktion durch Achtsamkeit - Ein App-gestützter Online-Kurs" (Stress reduction through mindfulness - An app-based online-course) in the Balloon app relieves self-reported stress. We are also interested whether the course helps to acquire better regulatory skills and improve life satisfaction. Prior studies with the Balloon app (e.g. Schulte-Frankenfeld & Trautwein, 2021) have yielded positive results in this regard....
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The WHO (1998) describes stress as one of the greatest threats to mental health in the 21st century. Mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) are effective in improving stress management on both a psychological and physical level. Findings show that MBIs are accompanied by increased self-compassion which has been shown to have a very positive impact on our well-being, quality of life, anxiety, depression, stress and problem solving. A rather new program that increases self-compassion is the...
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The objective of the present investigation will be to examine the unique and combined contribution of self-compassion and well-being on performance in a putting task by golfers.
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This project aims to establish whether training self-compassion in heavy alcohol drinkers can aid attempts to successfully cut-down their alcohol intake. To do so, we will investigate whether self-compassionate training can facilitate a more adaptive cognitive and emotional response to a violation of a self-imposed alcohol limit, by increasing drink refusal self-efficacy and decreasing motivation to drink to cope with negative affective states of guilt and/or shame - factors which have been...
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by Tina Badakhshan; Saeideh Heshmati
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Mindfulness skills, exercising present moment awareness free of judgment, have proven to enhance well-being and provide a plethora of benefits. Early adults, aged 18 to 25, who are particularly susceptible to many types of psychological suffering that mindfulness aims to alleviate, would greatly benefit from its promise. The proposed study employs the Cultural Consensus Theory framework to: (1) to understand whether early adults agree on what mindfulness means in the way it manifests in daily...
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by Elena Zimmer; Jasper Siol; Bai Xue; Svenja Liebschner; Mia Mertens
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The project aims at investigating the relation between cheating behavior and Social Mindfulness.
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by Eliseu Aldrighi Münchow; Laisa Araújo Cortines Laxe
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This review protocol aims to investigate systematically the literature on the overall strengthening effect of non-vital teeth restored with the placement of dental posts transfixed horizontally at the crown. This restorative technique will be compared with traditional protocols using direct resin composites, indirect resin composites, indirect ceramics or the conventional technique that places the post into the root canal system.
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by philippine chachignon; Emmanuelle Le Barbenchon; Lionel Dany
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This integrative review aims to comprehend the scope of the research on Mindfulness in social psychology. The main purpose of this integrative review is to give more visibility to what constitutes the specificity – if any – or the scope of the approach and epistemology of social psychology on Mindfulness. We will examine the applied fields, research topics and findings of the studies in order to understand on what domains and populations social psychologists focus on. The second objective...
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The primary aim of the current study is to examine whether in healthy older adults metacognition relates to mindfulness. Therefore, we will test the association between two types of meta-cognitive efficiency (for memory and emotion recognition) and trait mindfulness.
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Self-compassion is composed of five elements: “(1) recognizing suffering; (2) understanding the universality of suffering; (3) feeling for [oneself] suffering; (4) tolerating uncomfortable feelings; and (5) acting or being motivated to act to alleviate the suffering” (Supplementary Materials p. 10; Gu et al., 2020). Interestingly, high levels of self-compassion are associated with a variety of positive outcomes, including increased growth mindset, authenticity, and positive affect, as well...
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by Ryan G. Erbe; Peter Meindl; Elise DM Dykhuis
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The current study will examine the effect of a brief mindfulness meditation intervention at the beginning of lessons in an introductory psychology course. Instructors will be able to opt-in to the study and their course sections will be randomized to either the treatment condition or the no-treatment condition. Outcomes of interest include stress, emotion regulation, mindfulness, and compassion.
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by Isaac N Treves
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In this registration we specify our plan for studying the brain networks behind individual differences in mindfulness. We plan to use connectome predictive modelling to identify brain connections correlating with differences in trait mindfulness in one dataset, and then use the model to predict differences in the second dataset. This work could shine light on connections correlating with mindfulness across the whole brain.
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Psychology, neuroscience and other disciplines have attempted to understand the mechanisms of mindfulness, but a comprehensive mechanistic model is currently lacking. This study will be the first to apply a multi-level and interdisciplinary framework (INSPIRER) that integrates several purported mechanisms of mindfulness effectiveness and these mechanisms are thought to interact. The model will be tested by assessing the effects of stress on psychological and health functioning, on the brain and...
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The present study focusses on the association of momentary self-compassion and coping and on trait neuroticism as a moderator between these variables. “Self-compassion entails seeing one’s own experience in light of the common human experience, acknowledging that suffering, failure, and inadequacies are part of the human condition, and that all people—oneself included—are worthy of compassion.” (Neff, 2003b, S.87). So on the one hand, self-compassionate people may be more likely to...
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This is the first study in an exploratory sequential mixed-method study designed to understand the motivations, experiences, and continuance intention of users of commercial mindfulness-based mobile applications such as Headspace or Calm.
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by Rebecca Gardner; Alex Dahlen; Maria Juarez-Reyes; Jacob Less
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Health care providers from Stanford Health Care were recruited to participate in Beyond Stress, a 1.5 hour weekly group visit, conducted over 6 weeks. Anxiety and depression outcomes were measured before and after the program. We are interested in evaluating whether the program led to a meaningful decrease in anxiety and depression in participants.
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by Charlotte Hagerman
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The planned study will examine how individual components of state self-compassion (as well as an overall self-compassion score) are associated with responses to dietary lapses during a behavioral weight loss trial. Specifically, we will examine how self-compassion predicts mood, body dissatisfaction, and likelihood of same-day subsequent lapse.
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The aim of this study is going to explore the relationship between the trait mindfulness and the affective exercise experience. Furthermore, we also explore the mediation mechanisms between trait mindfulness and affective exercise experience. We premised that intrinsic motivation and embodiment would mediate this relationship.
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The notion that individuals differ in their characteristic levels of mindfulness is an explicit assumption of so-called “trait” mindfulness measures and is implied by mindfulness-based interventions that seek to increase mindfulness. However, surprisingly little research to date has drawn from personality psychology to carefully articulate a trait account of mindfulness. We believe whole trait theory (WTT; Fleeson & Jayawickreme, 2015) is a suitable framework for conceptualizing trait...
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by Dorottya Lantos; Veronica Witte; Agnieszka Golec; David Chester; Mark Lauckner; Oana Maria Georgescu
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Obesity is one of the popular health conditions for the people in modern society. It is related with lack of activities by development of technology as well as overconsumption of food intake.(1) Obesity is not just considered as overweight state because it can cause many other lethal diseases such as cardiovascular disease (2) and cancer.(3) Many interventions have been tried to treat obesity. The first-line therapy is diet control and exercise. Many types of diet for reducing weight have been...
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For this study we will conduct a two-week mindfulness-based intervention to improve mindfulness practice. We will determine whether self-compassion values are related to the effectiveness of a mindfulness-based intervention, controlling for the effect of previous individual differences.
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by Yueyi Fan
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This study examined self-compassion and emotional clarity/awareness and their relationships with PTSD and stress-related symptoms. The sample derives University of Richmond students with 247 participants between the ages of 18 and 30.
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by Catherine Andreu; Ivan Blanco; Pablo Cuesta; Pablo Roca; Marta Kulis; Jose I. Martín-Subero; Gustavo G Diez; Rosaria Maria Zangri; Carmelo Vazquez; César Venero
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The main objective of the study is to evaluate the effects of two mindfulness-based intensive interventions [Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training or Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT)], on psychological, physiological, and epigenetic variables. During a 7-day retreat participants will receive the two types of intervention (MBSR and CCT), in a random order. After finishing their first 3-day intervention with one of the two programs, participants will be assigned to the second...
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This registration includes the preregistration document for the initial EFA study.
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by Lara Suchanek; Maja Neidhart; Anahita Liaghat; Tabea Schrowange; Dorothee Mischkowski
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Die folgende Online-Studie untersucht die Auswirkungen von erlebter sozialer Achtsamkeit auf das Neidverhalten (Avisiertes N = 166). Erlebte soziale Achtsamkeit wird in dargestelltes sozial feindseliges, sozial unachtsames und sozial achtsames Verhalten eingeteilt und mittels des social mindfulness paradigm (SoMi; Van Doesum et al., 2013; Mischkowski; Thielmann & Glöckner, 2018; Studie 4) manipuliert. Es wird erwartet, dass sich die Manipulation auf das Neidverhalten, gemessen über das...
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by M. Kati Lear; Jason Luoma; Sarah M. Smith
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Research consistently suggests that people high in social anxiety report lower self-compassion, and that self-compassion may be effective in reducing social stress. It has been theorized that self-compassion may useful for people with high social anxiety because it promotes adaptive regulation of shame around social situations, though few studies have directly explored self-compassion as a shame regulation strategy in this population. This two-study project aims to examine the relations between...
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by Marbella Perez Pena; Pierre Philippot; Katleen Van der Gucht
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Mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) are trainings that teach people the skill of paying attention to the present moment in an open way (i.e., mindfulness; Segal et al., 2018). Research has shown that MBIs have positive effects on adolescents’ attention, cognitive performance, resilience, and emotional well-being (Dunning et al., 2019; Zenner et al., 2014). However, there is very little research on the working mechanisms of MBIs in adolescents. Mindfulness research in adults has revealed...
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The effectiveness of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) on the mental health, HbA1C levels and mindfulness of diabetes patients in randonmised controlled trails: A systematic review and meta-analysis
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Face attractiveness is a composite of multiple factors. While face-intrinsic factors such as symmetry and averageness influence face attractiveness, there are also non-facial determinants (e.g., Kniffin and Wilson, 2004; Saegusa, Intoy, & Shimojo, 2015). In this study I examine the effects of clothings and perceived personality on subjective ratings of face attractiveness. Paunonen (2006) demonstrated that facial attractiveness ratings were higher for a person with honest personality. His...
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by Sarah M. Wolff; Wilson Hatcher; Daniel B. Wright
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The purpose of this study is to understand how much distractions influence online test performance and whether this influence is less for some students and more for others.
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by Matthew Stewart McMurray; Joseph Moore
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by Brian Galla; Blake A. Colaianne; Robert W Roeser; Michael J. Tumminia
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The current analysis tests longitudinal associations between mindfulness and meaning in life in high school adolescents. The current analysis seeks to replicate results observed in an older dataset collected by BG in 2017-2018. The older dataset (henceforth called Study 1) is a three-wave longitudinal correlational study in which high school students completed self-report measures of mindfulness and meaning in life (among other variables) in September, January, and April. The current analysis...
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by Sophia Brämig; Julia Brailovskaia; Philippa Hillebrand
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Mindfulness practices can increase mental health. The present experimental study investigates whether an increase of mindfulness practices can improve mindfulness, mental health and lifestyle. Participants will be randomly assigned to one of the three groups (two experimental groups: 1. Increase of mindfulness diary writing practice for one week, 2. Increase of mindfulness meditation practice for one week; one control group). Data will be assessed over 16 days (Day 0: Pre-Test, Day 8:...
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This is a pre-registration for an honours thesis project. This is a sub-project that seeks to investigate specific confirmatory and exploratory hypotheses (as listed in the attached document) about how self-compassion is associated with sexual satisfaction and dissatisfaction among couples.
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Food cues (FCs) are neutral stimuli that, when repeatedly paired with food, become conditioned stimuli that elicit appetitive processes, such as salivation or cravings for food. Sensitivity to FCs (called food cue reactivity) likely plays a role in obesity. Given the ubiquity of FCs, interventions that reduce the acquisition of FCs are needed. Recently, mindfulness-based interventions have been shown to decrease unhealthy eating behaviors such as binge eating and emotional eating. Importantly,...
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Evaluation by visual analogue scales (VAS) is growing in the field of clinical psychology. EVA is an easy and quick to use tool: it allows the collection of subjective data on target dimensions with considerable time savings. Usually, they are presented on a 10 cm line, with clearly defined boundaries in relation to the target dimension. The respondent is then asked to indicate his/her response by marking his/her position on the line between the two extremes. The scale can be represented...
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by Christoph Gastmann; Hanna Peveling; Johanna Schrader; Sirine Bel Hadj Amor; Katharina Klein; Alina Herrmann
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Der Zusammenhang zwischen Kooperation und Sozialer Achtsamkeit in Abhängigkeit der Opportunitätskosten sozial achtsamen Verhaltens.
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by Maitreya Thomas; VIRGINIA SAU KWAN; Samantha McMichael
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This study will examine the relationship between perceived uncertainty and students' perception of their future self, and how this may relate to students' academic success. Additionally, this study tests whether a web-based manipulation which incorporates aspects of self-compassion can influence factors related to student outcomes such as academic self-efficacy, future self-identification, and anxiety.
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by Nicole Mulas; Lisa Willemsen; Paul van Lange; Oberheim, F. (Frederike)
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Currently, no validated scale exists that directly measures one’s behavior and sustainable choices in order to make inferences about the underlying beliefs and attitudes towards issues of sustainability. This study aims to design two novel scales that respectively measure Climate Change Awareness and Climate Change Mindfulness based on one’s behavior. For this purpose, we define Climate Change Awareness as people’s ability to show sustainable behavior based on their explicit knowledge of...
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by Yanli Lin; Marne White; Todd Braver
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The project seeks to evaluate the extent to which distinct mindfulness states produce differentiable effects on cognition and affect.
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by Rémi Thériault; Stéphane Dandeneau
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This study will investigate the moderating role of trait self-control on (reactive) aggressive behaviour.
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This randomised control study will apply a self-compassionate training methodology used previously in other psychology domains (Neff, 2011; Sirois, 2019) to a sample of excessive drinkers (>14 units per week; NHS, 2017) who are attempting to cut-down their alcohol intake. Derived from theory set out by Marlatt & Gordon's (1985) Cognitive-Relapse Prevention Model and Collins & Lapp (1991) subsequent Limit Violation Effect, the present study aims to explore whether training...
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by Marios Biskas; Fuschia Sirois; Thomas Webb
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People often experience lapses while pursuing their goals. Research has shown that how people respond to these lapses is key in determining whether they go on to successfully achieve their goals. For example, people who respond to lapses with self-kindness and acceptance (i.e., self-compassion; Neff, 2003) are more likely to successfully pursue their goals (e.g., Miyagawa et al., 2018) while those who respond with self-criticism and self-blame are more likely to abandon their goals (e.g.,...
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Given that self-compassion is a functional way of responding to life adversity, it has the potential to help people who experiencing one of life’s most challenging adversities - cancer. The diagnosis of cancer is a major life stressor followed by very well described physical and psychological sequalae, the latter including anxiety, depression, anger, loneliness and for some patient groups an increase in suicide risk. The negative psychosocial impact also extends to cancer caregivers who face...
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Negative feedback, that is, information indicating a gap between the standards strived for and the current level of achievement, can be perceived as self-threatening and thereby hinder learning (Eskreis-Winkler & Fishbach, 2019). Feedback perception is a learner’s spontaneous experience after receiving external feedback in terms of cognitive, metacognitive, affective and motivational reactions (Strijbos et al., 2021). We argue that self-compassion and generating internal feedback prior to...
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This study aims to explore clinical practitioners’ and therapists’ understanding of dispositional and cultivated mindfulness on the five skills Observe, Describe, Nonjudge, Nonreact, and Actaware, as presented in the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ). The FFMQ is one of the most popular scales to assess mindfulness and is derived of from several other mindfulness scales. We intend to gain theoretical insight into the process of mindfulness cultivation, building on the experiences...
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by Brett Makarenko; Adrianna Xue; Lori Brotto
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With growing interest in developing digital health tools for treating sexual dysfunction, this pilot study aimed to determine feasibility and gather preliminary efficacy data of a self-led online mindfulness intervention in comparison to an online psychoeducational intervention addressing women’s sexual desire in a community sample (N=57). After a four-week intervention, participants showed overall improvements on sexual functioning, orgasm, sexual self-pleasure, sexual self-image, and sexual...
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by Naufal Rifqi Nurashafii; Evi Afifah Hurriyati
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During this pandemic, the unemployment rate increased compared to the previous year. This certainly affects mental health, especially in early adulthood. One form of crisis in early adulthood is the quarter-life crisis. Therefore, it is necessary to have a form of self-regulation or attitude in dealing with the quarter-life crisis, such as self-compassion. This research aims to see the relationship between the two variables, the quarter-life crisis and self-compassion. Therefore, the research...
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Self-compassion (SC) has been proposed as a plausible mechanism through which individuals can regulate emotions and reduce disordered eating (Ferreira, Pinto-Gouveia, & Duarte, 2013). SC is the recognition that suffering, failure, and inadequacies are part of being human and that the self as well as others deserve compassion contains three components: 1) self-kindness (acting in a kind and understanding way toward self), 2) common humanity (the ability to recognize feelings of inadequacy or...
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by Ulrich Reininghaus; Isabell Paetzold; Christian Rauschenberg; Dusan Hirjak; Tobias Banaschewski; Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg; Jan R. Böhnke; Benjamin Boecking; Anita Schick
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For a detailed description of the study, please see our published study protocol (Schick et al., 2021). This preregistration includes the Statistical Analysis Plan (see sections 21-25) for this exploratory randomized controlled trial, which must be read and considered in conjunction with the published study protocol (Schick et al., 2021). Elevated stress reactivity is one of the most widely studied mechanisms underlying psychotic and affective mental health problems. Thus, targeting stress...
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Mindfulness meditation can be described as a state of non-judgmental awareness of the present state (Kabat-Zinn & Hanh, 2009). A significant trend of applying mindfulness meditation (Mindfulness-Based Intervention, MBI) in social psychology has been observed recently (ex. a meta-analysis of effects of mindfulness meditation on prosociality: (Donald et al., 2019; Berger et al., 2018; Lueke & Gibson, 2015, 2016). Although the research on the effects of mindfulness meditation is wide (Arch...
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Pilot RCT for Cognitive-Behavioural & Mindfulness-Based Online Programs for Female Sexual Dysfunction
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This project aims to establish whether training self-compassion in heavy alcohol drinkers can aid attempts to successfully cut-down their alcohol intake. To do so, we will investigate whether self-compassionate training can facilitate a more adaptive cognitive and emotional response to a violation of a self-imposed alcohol limit, by increasing drink refusal self-efficacy and decreasing motivation to drink to cope with negative affective states of guilt and/or shame - factors which have been...
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Much work on the potential of MBRP has been carried out providing evidence of its effectiveness in relation to substance use (Ramadas et al. 2021; Grant et al. 2017), however, the challenges of dissemination and implementation of the program are still daunting, especially now, during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. Online treatments may be one avenue for increasing the acceptance and availability of mindfulness interventions for substance use disorders. A growing body of the literature suggests...
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by Jessica Ann Chen; Simon Goldberg; Hang Ruan; Jennifer Delventura; Andrea Katz; William Meyer
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Mindfulness is an evidence-based treatment for pain (Zeidan & Vago, 2016), and is associated in particular with significant improvements in depression and mental health-related quality of life (Hilton et al., 2016). Formal home practice is associated with positive intervention outcomes (Lloyd et al., 2018; Parsons et al., 2017), but it is unknown whether formal practice is associated with improved pain-related outcomes. Meditation practice quality has previously been shown to improve with...
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by Olivia Pillinger; Jennifer Ferrar; Lilli Waples; Joe Matthews; Maddy Dyer; Angela Attwood
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The aim of this study is to investigate whether alcohol drinkers are familiar with the term “mindful drinking”, what their interpretation of this term is, if they currently engage in mindful drinking, and exploring the barriers and facilitators to engagement.
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Individuals can try various strategies to protect their self in a situation where their self may be harmed when they perform a task or perform a performance. Self-handicapping is one of these frequently used self-protecting strategies (Berglas & Jones, 1978). When individuals handicap themselves, they create obstacles to their success in their tasks or performance. These obstacles provide relief of negative emotions and increase of self-esteem in the short term (Deppe & Harackiewicz,...
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by Sunny Tang; Wilbert Law
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The goal of the present study is to investigate the impact of mindfulness on people's goal setting in Hong Kong. In addition, we would investigate the mechanism of mindfulness on extrinsic and intrinsic goal setting by finding the mediating effect of basic need satisfaction and affective forecasting. The moderating effect of mindfulness on the relationship between social norm of extrinsic goals and Individual's goals adoption will also be examined.
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2.1. Neff (in press) proposed that self-compassion―treating oneself compassionately in times of suffering―promotes both self-acceptance and self-improvement. In line with this reasoning, the research has suggested that self-compassion is related to the positive aspects of self-functioning, such as higher levels of stability of self and self-improvement motivation and lower levels of contingency of self-worth (e.g., Breines & Chen, 2012; Neff & Vonk, 2009). However, little research...
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Perspective-taking interventions have been used to increase empathic and prejudice-reducing responses by majority group members towards outgroup members (Todd & Galinsky, 2014). However, the effects of these perspective-taking interventions have not always been demonstrated within actual or anticipated intergroup interactions in which perceivers are involved (Vorauer et al., 2009). Specifically, perspective-taking interventions may backfire due to the activation of meta-stereotypes, beliefs...
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Three young women accidentally bring back the Sanderson Sisters to modern day Salem and must figure out how to stop the child-hungry witches from wreaking havoc on the world.
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Mindfulness can increase mental health. This longitudinal study examines whether mindfulness and social media flow are negatively related. In addition, it explores whether mindfulness and social media flow can predict mental health variables as well as whether social media flow and use can predict mindfulness. Data will be collected at two measurement time points over one month.
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Compassion and self-compassion are quite related to psychological well-being, and lots of measurement tools have been developed and researched to evaluate the level of compassion and self-compassion for a better accurate measurement, as well as different population. This paper presented an overview of compassion and self-compassion related measurement. The aims of this study were to comprehensively collect the tools used to evaluate compassion and self-compassion, so as to provide reference to...
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Intrusive thoughts of negative experiences can pose a threat to our well-being. To some extent, unwanted memories can be intentionally controlled via an executive control mechanism that downregulates the occurrence of intrusions. Mindfulness training can improve executive control. It is not known whether mindfulness training can be used as an intervention to improve intentional memory control and reduce intrusions. To this end, 136 healthy participants will undergo a 10-day app-based...
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Unidimensionality is fundamental to psychometrics. In the last decade, network analysis in psychology has skyrocketed in popularity. Dimensionality assessment has been a strong focus of network psychometrics yet unidimensionality assessment remains a challenge. Community detection algorithms are the most common approach to estimating dimensionality in networks. Most of these algorithms optimize an objective function called modularity. A limitation of modularity is that it penalizes...
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