Publications about Meditation and Mindfulness Research

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Lattimore, P., Mead, B. R., Irwin, L., Grice, L., Carson, R. & Malinowski, P. (2017). ‘I can’t accept that feeling’: Relationships between interoceptive awareness, mindfulness and eating disorder symptoms in females with, and at-risk of an eating disorder. Psychiatry Research, 247, 163-171. doi: 10.1016/j.psychres.2016.11.022
  • Malinowski, P., Moore, A. W., Mead, B. R. & Gruber, T. (2017). Mindful Aging: The effects of regular brief mindfulness practice on electrophysiological markers of cognitive and affective processing in older adults. Mindfulness, 8(1), 78-94. doi: 10.1007/s12671-015-0482-8
  • Fisher, N. R., Lattimore, P. & Malinowski, P. (2016). Attention with a mindful attitude attenuates subjective appetitive reactions and food intake following food-cue exposure. Appetite, 99, 10-16. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2015.12.009
  • Malinowski, P. & Lim, H. J. (2015). Mindfulness at work: Positive affect, hope, and optimism mediate the relationship between dispositional mindfulness, work engagement and wellbeing. Mindfulness, 6 (6), 1250 – 1262. doi: 10.1007/s12671-015-0388-5
  • Stumbrys, T., Erlacher, D. & Malinowski, P. (2015). Meta-awareness during day and night: the relationship between mindfulness and lucid dreaming. Imagination, Cognition and Personality  34(4), 415-433. doi: 10.1177/0276236615572594
  • Malinowski, P. (2013). Neural mechanisms of attentional control in mindfulness meditation. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 7, 8. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2013.00008
  • Moore, A.W., Gruber T., Derose, J. & Malinowski, P. (2012). Regular, brief mindfulness meditation practice improves electrophysiological markers of attentional control. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6, 18. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00018
  • Chiesa, A. & Malinowski, P. (2011). Mindfulness based approaches: are they all the same? Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(4), 1-21. doi: 10.1002/jclp.20776
  • Lattimore, P., Fisher, N. & Malinowski, P. (2011). A cross-sectional investigation of trait disinhibition and its association with mindfulness and impulsivity. Appetite, 56, 241-248. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2010.12.007
  • Moore, A. & Malinowski, P. (2009). Meditation, mindfulness and cognitive flexibility. Consciousness & Cognition, 18(1), 176-186. doi:10.1016/j.concog.2008.12.008
  • Malinowski, P. (2008). Mindfulness as psychological dimension: Concepts and applications. Irish Journal of Psychology, 29(1),155-166. [pdf]

Books and Book Chapters

  • Malinowski, P. (in press). Mindfulness. In S. Schneider & M. Velmans (Eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Consciousness, 2nd edition. Oxford: Wiley & Son.
  • Malinowski, P. (2013). Flourishing through meditation and mindfulness. In S. David, I. Boniwell & A. Conley Ayers (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Happiness (pp. 384-396). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [publisher website]
  • Malinowski, P. (2012). Wirkmechanismen der Achtsamkeitspraxis. Wie fördert Meditation positive psychologische Veränderungen? In M. Zimmermann, C. Spitz & S. Schmidt (Eds.), Achtsamkeit: Ein buddhistisches Konzept erobert die Wissenschaft. Hans Huber [publisher website]
  • Malinowski, P. (2010). Flourishing – Welches Glück hätten Sie gern?: Positive Eigenschaften kultivieren und Schwierigkeiten meistern. München: Random House/Irisiana. [ Flourishing microsite: Flourishing: Das Buch]
  • Malinowski, P. (2007). The mind, the Buddha and the brain. In: A. Przybyslawski: From Buddhism to science and back (pp. 105-128). Vélez-Málaga: ITAS. [also in German and Polish]
  • Malinowski, P. (2005). Karmapa-Meditation. In M. Fuchs, J. Jakumeit & K. Neukirchen (Eds.), Best of Buddhismus Heute 3: Praxis und Meditation (pp. 50-57). Hamburg: Buddhismus Heute Versand.

Popular Writings

  • Malinowski, P. (2016). Malinowski, P. (2016). Zum achtsamen Umgang mit Achtsamkeit. Buddhismus Aktuell, 29(1), 48-50.
  • Malinowski, P. (2013). Science and Meditation. Buddhism Today, 32, 38-41.
  • Malinowski, P. (2011). Meditation in the Lab: Science Discovers Buddhism. The Middle Way, 85(4), 223-230.
  • Malinowski, P. (2006). The brain in meditation: Part 2. Buddhism Today, 18, 28-31.
  • Malinowski, P. (2006). The brain in meditation: Part 1. Buddhism Today, 17, 6-11.
  • Malinowski, P. (2003). Das Gehirn – Quelle des Bewusstseins? Buddhismus Heute, 35, 78-85.[in German]
  • Malinowski, P. (2003). Mózg zródlem swiadomosci? Diamentowa Droga, 33, 55-60. [in Polish]

Selected Conference Proceedings

  • Malinowski, P., Mead, B. and Pozuelos-López J. (2011). Individual levels of mindfulness predict brain activity related to inhibitory control and response monitoring. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Conference Abstract: XI International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON XI). [abstract]
  • Pozuelos-López, J., Mead, B., Rueda, M. and Malinowski, P. (2011). Mindfulness and cognitive control: are they really related? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Conference Abstract: XI International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON XI). [doi: 10.3389/conf.fnhum.2011.207.00260]
  • Lattimore, P., Malinowski, P. and Fisher, N. (2011). “Oops I’ve (over) eaten again!” Mindfulness as a mediator of the relationship between adverse psychological symptoms and opportunistic eating (TEFQ). Appetite 57 (2), 536. [doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2011.05.006]
  • Lattimore, P., Malinowski, P. and Fisher, N. (2011). “Over eating… again”: Testing the model of mindfulness as mediator between psychological symptoms and opportunistic eating (TFEQ). Appetite 57 (2), 536. [doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2011.05.007]
  • Lattimore, P. & Malinowski, P. (2008). Watching how you eat!: Mindfulness and disinhibited eating, Meeting abstract, Appetite, 51, 762.
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