221/1492 The decentering component of mindfulness reduces undesired negative affective reactivity and craving
(1) Keesman, Mike; (2) Aarts, Henk; (3) Häfner, Michael; (4) Papies, Esther
(1) PhD candidate, Department of Psychology, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands.; (2) Professor, Department of Psychology, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands; (3) Professor, Communication Psychology, Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany; (4) Senior Lecturer, Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, the United Kingdom
221/1415 Mindfulness Meditation Impairs Task Motivation but Not Performance
(1) Hafenbrack, Andrew; (2) Vohs, Kathleen
(1) Assistant Professor. Organizational Behavior Department. UCP - Católica-Lisbon School of Business & Economics. Lisboa. Portugal.; (2) Distingiushed McKnight University Professor and Land O'Lakes Chair. Marketing Department. Carlson School of Management. University of Minnesota. Minneapolis. Minnesota.
221/1211 Mindfulness and belief in conspiracy theories
(1) Jolley, Daniel; (2) Mahmood, Lynsey
(1) Social Psychologist. School of Psychology, Sport and Exercise. Staffordshire University. Stoke-on-Trent. United Kingdom.; (2) Psychologist. School of Psychology. University of Kent. Canterbury. United Kingdom.