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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Irina Turilina
Impact of Mindfulness Meditation on Self-Regulation Processes
2017
Mindfulness practices became very popular in the West, partly due its potential to solve self-regulation problems. As a part of this study we conducted a 3 weeks online mindfulness meditation course (with control group in waiting list) and measured level of self-control, self-regulation, mindfulness, productive reflexivity and well-being. The meditation group acted as experimental group (N EXP = 123), waiting list as a control (N CON=83). The analysis of results showed statistically significant increase in self-regulation and well-being in the experimental group. The effect of mindfulness and productive reflexivity were not statistically significant.

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