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Let it be: Mindful-acceptance down-regulates pain and negative emotion

Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

Jan 29, 2020

Hedy KoberTor D Wager

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Mindfulness training ameliorates clinical and self-report measures of depression and chronic pain, but its use as an emotion regulation strategy - in individuals who do not meditate - remains understudied. As such, whether it (a) down-regulates early affective brain processes and (b) de...read more

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Meditation
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Mental Depression
Evaluation
Clinical Treatment
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Let it be: Mindful-acceptance down-regulates pain and negative emotion

Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

Jan 29, 2020

Hedy KoberTor D Wager

PMID: 31989171

DOI: 10.1093/scan/nsz104

Abstract

Mindfulness training ameliorates clinical and self-report measures of depression and chronic pain, but its use as an emotion regulation strategy - in individuals who do not meditate - remains understudied. As such, whether it (a) down-regulates early affective brain processes and (b) de...read more

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Emotions
Down-Regulation
Pain
Chronic Pain
Self-Report
Meditation
Participant
Mental Depression
Evaluation
Clinical Treatment
72
17
1

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