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Meditation Presentation

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Jason Beck

on 23 April 2014

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Transcript of Meditation Presentation

Meditation and Mindfulness
Introduction to Experiment
What went right
Video games and stress?
Where are the girls?
What control group?
Cortisol and the time of the day
Potential Confounds
Materials/Methods
Results
So wait, what is meditation?
Future Research
Apply to real life novel stress situation
Other areas of life
Extended Period of time
Losing Sense of Self
Acute stress and meditation have psychological and physiologic effects on the body.
The response induced by meditation prior to a stress event reduced the stress-induced changes significantly
Conclusion
meditation on physiologic stress induced changes
Experiment Findings
in relation to
Positive Psychology
Stress vs. trauma
Resilience
Comprehensibility
Manageability
Meaningfulness
Coping Strategies
Mindfulness-based stress reduction
Loving kindness meditation
What did you learn?
CLASS DISCUSSION
Subjects
Meditation
Waiting Period
1st visit
2nd visit
Stress
Alertness
Memory
Concentration
Control group vs. Meditation

Stress as a manipulative emotion
Conscious Processing
Conscious Awareness
Recognition of Thought Patterns
How does it work?
Other activities?
Oppositive Effect?
Going mainstream?
Why wouldn't meditation work?
How might mindfulness affect other emotional experiences?
How does meditiation relate to well-being?
Increase self-regulatory capacity
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