Mindfulness: Past, Present and Future Perspectives

Boyd Muireadhach (Editor)
Griogair Colin (Editor)

Series: Perspectives on Cognitive Psychology
BISAC: OCC010000

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In the first chapter, Luis Garra and Santiago Barajas review the use of mindfulness in psychotic disorders, from the early questioning of the possible side effects of its application to the current adaptation of the treatment to specific disorders. They review a variety of different procedures and also focus on approaches directed at emotional dysfunction. Next, Maria João Martins, Diogo Carreiras, Miguel Bajouco, Célia Barreto Carvalho, Raquel Guiomar, António Macedo and Paula Castilho discuss negative symptoms of psychosis following the NIMH-MATRICS Consensus Statement on Negative Symptoms. Also in the second chapter, limitations of pharmacological treatments of negative symptoms are explored.

In the third chapter, Sophie Revillard Kaufman, DPS and Alvin Hwang, PhD explore the part that mindfulness plays in cultural intelligence, or CQ. Keisha-Gaye N. O’Garo, Amy E. Kupper, PhD, and Christopher L. Edwards, PhD discuss current mindfulness based interventions and how they may enhance quality of life for those with a variety of medical and psychological conditions in the fourth chapter. In the fifth chapter, Olga Markič and Urban Kordeš explore the similarities and differences between two traditions of creating knowledge: learning from Buddhist techniques and using meditation as a tool for researching lived experiences. The sixth chapter by Tomoko Sugiura and Yoshinori Sugiura presents a study with the aims to discover the point in cognitive processes that leads to chronic depression. In the seventh and final chapter, Nicole G. Lancaster and Holly Hazlett-Stevens discuss research that suggests alternative intervention methods are necessary in future propagation efforts. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Mindfulness and Psychotic Disorders
Luis Garra and Santiago Barajas

Chapter 2. Mindfulness and Negative Symptoms of Psychosis: A Review and Discussion on an Integrative Theoretical Model
Maria João Martins, Diogo Carreiras, Miguel Bajouco, Célia Barreto Carvalho, Raquel Guiomar, Ana Telma Pereira, António Macedo and Paula Castilho

Chapter 3. Exploring the Role of Mindfulness in Cross-Cultural Contexts: The Development of a Cultural Intelligence Mindfulness Model
Sophie Revillard Kaufman (DPS College of Health Professions and Lubin School of Business, Pace University, Pleasantville, NY, US, and Alvin Hwang, PhD, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, New York, NY, US)

Chapter 4. In Depth Exploration of Mindfulness Based Approaches in Cultural Populations
Keisha-Gaye N. O’Garo, Amy E. Kupper and Christopher L. Edwards

Chapter 5. Mindfulness and Cognitive Science: A Mutual Tutorial or One-Sided Instruction?
Olga Markič and Urban Kordeš

Chapter 6. The Effects of Cognitive Decentering on Depression: Multiple Cognitive Vulnerabilities as Mediators
Tomoko Sugiura and Yoshinori Sugiura

Chapter 7. Alternative Delivery of Mindfulness-Based Interventions: Future Opportunities for Wider Dissemination?
Nicole G. Lancaster and Holly Hazlett-Stevens

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