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From Mindful Eating to Mindfulness in COPD

Bibliography 1. BishopSR, Lau M, Shapiro S et al, Mindfulness: a proposed operational definition. Clin Psychol Sci Pract 2004; 11: 230-241 2. Forman EM, Shaw JA, Goldstein SP et al. “ Mindful decision making and inhibitory control training as complementary means to decrease snack consumption. Appetite 2016; 103; 176-183 3. Mantzios M, Wilson JC, Mindfulness, eating behaviors and obesity: a review and reflection on current findings, Current Obes Rep 2015; 4: 141-146 4. Kristeller JL, Wolever RQ, Mindfulness based eating awareness training

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Adventures in Higher Education, Happiness, And Mindfulness

. Huang, Meta-Mindfulness: A New Hope , 19 Richmond J.L. & Pub. Int. 303, 308 (2016). Five years later, when I was in sixth grade at P.S. 183, my mom called to ask about the admissions process to Brearley, Brearley Website, https://www.brearley.org/page an independent school on the upper east side of Manhattan. When a Brearley admissions office employee told my mom that her son could not go to Brearley, my mom asked why not and was it because her son is an American born Chinese? The Brearley admissions office employee replied that it was because Brearley was and

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Mindfulness and Complex Identities in Equity Training: A Pilot Study

through a mindfulness-based kindness curriculum. Developmental Psychology, 51 (1), 44–51. Galante, J., Galante, I., Bekkers, M., and Gallacher, J. (2014). Effect of kindness-based meditation on health and well-being: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 82 (6), 1101-1114. Gnanadass, E. (2014). Learning to teach about race: The racialized experience of a South Asian American feminist educator. Adult Learning, 25 (3), 96-102. Goetz, J. L., Keltner, D., and Simon-Thomas, E. (2010). Compassion: An

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Education for Sustainable Consumption through Mindfulness Training: Development of a Consumption-Specific Intervention

References Adomßent, M., Fischer, D., Godemann, J., Herzig, C., Otte, I., Rieckmann, M., & Timm, J.M. (2014). Emerging areas in research on higher education for sustainable development e management education, sustainable consumption and perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe. Journal of Cleaner Production, 62(1), 1-7. Bahl, S., Milne, G. R., Ross, S. M., Mick, D. G., Grier, S. A., Chugani, S. K., & Mariani, S. B. (2016). Mindfulness: The transformative potential for consumer, societal, and environmental well

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Influence of physical self and mindfulness on the academic possible selves of freshman nursing students

1 Introduction The physical self is a basic and very important component of the whole self-concept, and it is the initial budding part of the individual’s whole self-consciousness. It involves the cognitive evaluation of one’s own appearance, athletic ability, health, and so on. The physical self is influenced by significant others and sociocultural environment, and further integrated into the overall self-concept. 1 Mindfulness is a complex multidimensional system, originated from the Buddhist Zen 2 thoughts in the East. So far, most researchers agree with

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A systematic review of mindfulness based interventions for children and young people with ADHD and their parents

Introduction Mindfulness entails the self-regulation of attention by increasing the awareness of the here and now and enhancement of non-judgmental observation ( Bishop et al., 2004 ). Mindfulness is becoming a widespread treatment for individuals with different conditions. A recent randomized control trial (RCT) of a mindfulness based intervention (MBI) has found positive evidence in treating depression, anxiety, stress and adjustment disorders compared to the usual treatment ( Sundquist, et al., 2015 ). Mindfulness also increases attention due to enhanced

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The role of subjectivity in teacher expertise development: Mindfully embracing the “black sheep” of educational research

References [1] David, D. S. (2009). Mindful teaching and teaching mindfulness: A guide for anyone who teaches anything. Summerville, MA: Wisdom Publications [2] Drapeau. M. (2002). Subjectivity in research: Why not? But… The Qualitative Report, 7, September [3] Farren, M., & Crotty, Y. (2014). Researching our own practice: An individual creative process and a dialogic-collaborative process: Self knowledge is the beginning of wisdom. Krishnamurti (1991, p. 196). International Journal of Transformative Research, 1(1), 63-74 [4] Gergen, K

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The Influence of Satisfaction With the Physical Work Environment on Safe Work Behaviour and Cognitive Failure

intervention for occupational safety - case study. Procedia Manufacturing 3: 4876-4883. Kass, S.J., Vodanovich, S.J., Stanny, C., Taylor, T. 2001. Watching the clock: Boredom and vigilance performance. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 92, 969-976. Kirton, M.J., McCarthy, R.M. 1988. Cognitive climate and organizations. Journal of Occupational Psychology, 61: 175-184. Klockner, K., Hicks, R.E. 2015. Workplace errors, mindfulness and personality: Relating cognitive failures at work to Mindfulness and to the Big Five factors. GSTF Journal of Psychology (JPsych), 2

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The Present Moment and Giving Oneself as a Gift

commitment therapy: model, processes, and outcomes. Behav Res Ther;44: 1–26. Hayes, S. C., Strosahl, K, Wilson, K. G. (1999). Acceptance and commitment therapy: an experiential approach to behavior change . New York, NY: Guilford; Hofmann, S. G., Sawyer, A. T., Fang, A. (2010). The empirical status of the “new wave” of cognitive behavioral therapy . Psychiatr Clin North Am. Kabat-Zinn, J (2005). Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life . Hyperion Books. Kabat-Zinn, J. (2006) Coming to Our Senses: Healing Ourselves and the World

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The co-creation of a video to inspire humanitarianism: How an Educational Entrepreneurial approach inspired humanitarian workers to be mindfully innovative whilst working with technology.

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This paper demonstrates the value of embracing digital technology in order to effect positive change in a non-governmental (NGO) charity organisation, in this case the Irish Charity Crosscause. The outcome of the research was the creation of a charity video, Crosscause: Making a Difference, to showcase humanitarian work in Ireland and Romania with a view to inspiring others to contribute in some capacity to this cause. Video is an important medium to provide connections with a wider audience, as it gives humanitarian workers and marginalised communities an opportunity to tell their story by making a compelling and evocative case to others. Visual media not only makes connections with an audience, but can also positively challenge people to consider what is happening in the world around them.

The research process incorporated an entrepreneurial methodology - an Educational Entrepreneurial approach to action research-with four steps: Exploring, Understanding, Creating and Transforming, which is designed to guide practitioner-researchers as they embrace digital technology to resolve an identified need in a workplace context, including people in disadvantaged settings. In this research, there was an identified need for a charity video to link the giving in Ireland to the receiving in Romania, so that viewers could see the tangible effects of their contributions. A further aim of the research was to illustrate how volunteering can inspire solidarity among Irish and Romanian communities.

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