Tag Archives: trait mindfulness

From state to trait mindfulness

A recently published study suggests that increasing the ability to be mindful in daily life through mindfulness practice depends on how mindful participants experience to be during their practice. A neat study carried out at the University of North Carolina investigated a hypothesis that is part and parcel of mindfulness-based interventions: When people engage in a mindfulness-based training programme it is assumed that their immediate experience of being mindful – so-called… Read More »

MINDFULNESS IN THE WORKPLACE – Call for participants

We are currently carrying out an online study investigating the role of mindfulness in the workplace. This is a first step of a new research project studying the potential benefits of mindfulness practice in the workplace. Initially, we want to find out whether there is a relationship between dispositional mindfulness and several psychological factors that are relevant in the workplace. If you are currently in fulltime employment, please consider completing this… Read More »