Mindfulness Bibliography 1

Mindfulness Bibliography Mindful Awareness Research Center, UCLA Semel Institute

John C. Williams, M.S. State University of New York, Binghamton

Lidia Zylowska, M.D. University of California, Los Angeles

 

 

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Method and Organization The following bibliography was developed as a resource for mental health professionals, medical and psychological scientists, and others who wish to locate theoretical and empirical sources on the topic of mindfulness. The citations are based on PsycINFO, Medline, PubMed, and Cochrane database searches of peer-reviewed journal articles and books with publication dates between 1975 and March, 2009. The bibliography is organized into categories, each of which is listed in the table of contents on page 3. Categories begin with introductory remarks followed, in most cases, by a list of subcategories. Citations are grouped by year within subcategories. Because citations are cross-referenced, they may appear in two or more categories or subcategories.

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NOTE: This bibliography is updated periodically. If you know of a book or journal article that should be included, please email the citation to Lidia Zylowska (lzylowsk@ucla.edu) using the memo line “UPDATE TO THE MINDFULNESS BIBLIOGRAPHY.” Thank you!

 

 

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Table of Contents Key Readings Mindfulness Construct Medical Conditions Mental Disorders Mindfulness-Based Treatments Neuroscience and Physiology Populations and Settings 4 9 18 31 54 89 98

CA: Elsevier Academic Press. J. (2005). (2009).). Siegel. Full catastrophe living: Using the wisdom of your body and mind to face stress. and also articles addressing issues in mindfulness research. K. Gunuratana. New York: Guilford Press. (1994). S. New York: Norton. (Eds. & Fulton. (2006). F. M. New York: Guilford Press. (2005). pain. Selected Books Metaanalyses and Review Articles Issues in Mindfulness Research Selected Books Baer. Mindfulness. and illness: Fifteenth anniversary edition.. (Ed. & Linehan. B. & Orsillo. G.). Mindfulness in Plain English. Acceptance and mindfulness-based approaches to anxiety: Conceptualization and treatment. L. J. D. D.. Kabat-Zinn. (2002). Germer. M. The sections include selected books.). M. (2004). Kabat-Zinn. Z. (2007). (Eds. Segal. A. Mindfulness and psychotherapy. M. C.). Wherever you go there you are. New York: Hyperion. New York: Springer. Mindfulness and acceptance: Expanding the cognitive-behavioral tradition. review articles and metaanalyses. Somerville. L. New York: Guilford Press. V. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for depression: A new approach to preventing relapse... (Eds.. C. J. J. Roemer. (2002). Williams. (Ed. S. R. J. . New York: Springer Science. R. MA: Wisdom Publications. San Diego. Hayes. D. Mindfulness-based treatment approaches: Clinician's guide to evidence base and applications. S. New York: Bantam Dell. Didonna. H. Orsillo.and acceptance-based behavioral therapies in practice. Follette.). M.. & Roemer. V. The mindful brain: Reflection and attunement in the cultivation of wellbeing. (2009). P.. Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness. R. New York: Guilford Press. (2005).    Mindfulness Bibliography 4 KEY READINGS The citations listed below include a variety of introductory readings from the mindfulness literature. & Teasdale. M. Siegel..

Meditation therapy for anxiety disorders. M. Fredrickson. Krisanaprakornkit. Schmidt. L. (2009). 10(2). Mindfulness research update: 2008.. The mindful way through depression: Freeing yourself from chronic unhappiness. M. J. What do we really know about mindfulness-based stress reduction? Psychosomatic Medicine. P. Piyavhatkul. Krisanaprakornkit. S.. M. American Psychologist. Mindfulness training as a clinical intervention: A conceptual and empirical review. A.. G.. N. Australia. & Ryan. 14(1). Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. M. 28(1). Steinberg. Journal of Psychosomatic Research..    Mindfulness Bibliography 5 Walsh. L. Gullone.. A. Greeson. 817-832. Coffey. A. Banga. G. 822-848.. Metaanalyses and Review Articles Allen. induced through loving-kindness meditation. J. 1-16. 10-18. W. (2002). N. Complementary Health Practice Review. S.. (2003). (2003). (2006).. W. 71-83. J. & Finkel. & Kabat-Zinn. A. M. H. 285-294. S. Systematic review of the efficacy of meditation techniques as treatments for medical illness. 61(3).. B. The meeting of meditative disciplines and western psychology: A mutually enriching dialogue. Segal. E. S.. The benefits of being present: Mindfulness and its role in psychological well-being. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 1... B. 1045-1062. R.. R. 40(4). Hofmann. New York: Guilford Press. . Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Z. J. R. Acceptance and mindfulness-based therapy: New wave or old hat? Clinical psychology review. Baer. empirical evidence and practical considerations.. (2006).. & Asmundson. R. 64(1). Mindfulness-based stress reduction and health benefits: A meta-analysis. 95(5). & Melbourne Academic Mindfulness Interest Group.. Niemann.. J. G.. 227-239. Brown. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. M. (2006). (2008). 57(1).. build consequential personal resources. T. & Shapiro. (2004). Teasdale. (2007).. R. Mindfulness-based psychotherapies: A review of conceptual foundations. & Walach. K. 84(4). 125-143. L. & Trestman. (2006). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. L. Williams. Pek. Grossman. 12(8). (2008). J. A. K. K. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. & Laopaiboon. S.. 35-43. Cohn. Blashki. CD004998. Bishop. Open hearts build lives: Positive emotions. G. Arias.

D. I. 156-168. Richardson.. Sephton. S.. Mindfulness-based stress reduction as supportive therapy in cancer care: Systematic review. 227-239.. Praissman. Hoover. Mindfulness in medicine. 260-266. Anderson. S. L.. S. Carmody. Smith. K. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Shapiro.. R. (2008). (2008). The benefits of mindfulness meditation: Changes in emotional states of depression. (2006). & Nguyen. anxiety.. . 434-446. Mindfulness: A promising intervention strategy in need of further study. The benefits of being present: Mindfulness and its role in psychological well-being. & Shapiro.. Jablonski. Weissbecker. Mindfulness meditation in clinical practice. 212-216. L. (2008). J. Does mindfulness meditation improve anxiety and mood symptoms? A review of the controlled research. M. 61(3). M. & Orsillo. & Pilkington. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 59-72. 300(11):13501352. JAMA.. J. Journal of Advanced Nursing. I. (2005). Salmon. (2007). J. (2007). 1059-1066. 20(4). M. S.. L. (2004). P. J. J.. J. & Kabat-Zinn. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice.. 25(3). Walsh.    Mindfulness Bibliography 6 Ludwig. Salmon. Y. C. American Psychologist. M. Behaviour Change.P. Roemer. 172-178. K. 84(4)... Measuring the psychological impact of mindfulness meditation on health among patients with cancer: A literature review. Ulmer. 34(5). E. N. P. Mindfulness: A proposed operational definition.. E. T. 11(3). Yoga and mindfulness: Clinical aspects of an ancient mind/body practice. L. Issues in Mindfulness Research Bishop. J.. The meeting of meditative disciplines and western psychology: A mutually enriching dialogue.. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie. (2003). Oncology Nursing Forum. C. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice.. K.. W. Matchim. et al. 16(1). (2004). Hoffman. Malcolm. 10(2). Schreiner. & Armer.. L. 822-848. 52(4).. 315-327. and stress. Carlson. Brown. & Ryan.. 11(4).. R. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. et al. 52(3). Toneatto.. S. 230-241. (2003). R. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. S. Lush. David S. Mindfulness-based stress reduction: A literature review and clinician's guide. Lau. (2009). & Studts.

J. (2008). J. 166-171. 64(4). Acceptance. 7(4). (2003). Operationalizing mindfulness without unnecessary attachments. M. 10(2).. J. Carlson. Z.. (2008).. R. Mindfulness training and problem formulation. and future. Roemer. 10(2). 11(3). Martin. Thompson. J. 249-254. Hayes. 14(2). Backman. & Linehan. Defining an agenda for future research on the clinical application of mindfulness practice. . 405-408. Grossman. 101-106.. J. L. Evaluating distance education of a mindfulness-based meditation programme for chronic pain management. Mindfulness: Method and process. Mindfulness: A proposed common factor. (2002). Barbati. D. P. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 9(1). Shapiro. & Williams. Teasdale. S. (2003)... Z. V. 172-178. J. 33(1). S. Everyday mindfulness and mindfulness meditation: Overlapping constructs or not? Personality and Individual Differences. B. M. & Williams. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. On measuring mindfulness in psychosomatic and psychological research. (1995). (1997). G. 10(2). & Freedman. 9(1). (2003). & Barnes. B. present. C. M. (2008). mindfulness. Hayes. S. (2003).. (2006). 291-312. (2003). 144-156... 161-165. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. & Waltz. 11-22. C. S. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 62(3). J. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. Mechanisms of mindfulness. M. & Wilson. G. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. How does cognitive therapy prevent depressive relapse and why should attentional control (mindfulness) training help? Behaviour research and therapy.. A. K. Birdsong and footprints: Tangibility and intangibility in a mindfulness research project. S. Reflective Practice. 10(2). L.. Teasdale. Moss. Gardner-Nix. Hayes. L. Mindfulness: A promising intervention strategy in need of further study. L. 10(2). Journal of Clinical Psychology. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice.. M. C. 25-39. G. D. & Grummitt. 88-92. Astin. Segal. C. V. Segal. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice.. Mindfulness-based interventions in context: Past. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice.. R. D. J. (2007). J. Kabat-Zinn. J. J. S. 1875-1885. and science. & Shenk. E. & Orsillo.. 157-160.. S. 373-386.    Mindfulness Bibliography 7 Dimidjian. (2004). 43(7).

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. W.. D. M. G. 524-529. 108-112. Russell. M. & Russell. & Siegel. E. . I. J.. 76(3). Williams. (2008). Mindfulness-based stress reduction as an adjunct to outpatient psychotherapy.    Mindfulness Bibliography 8 Weiss. J. Nordlie.. P. 74(2).. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy: Further issues in current evidence and future research. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. (2005).

Personality and Individual Differences. A. A.. 16(1). (2009). distraction and mindful selffocus: effects on mood. Reed. Lush. Huffziger.. 2008 Boatright.. For reference. Rumination. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. D. 217-218. K. medical and psychological symptoms and well-being in a mindfulnessbased stress reduction program. & Baer. 31(1). 59-72. R.. Bortz. 79-91. (2008). Carmody. (2009). 219-228.. et al. 23-33. D. R. L. 448-453. mindfulness and meta-emotion in emotion regulation. N. dysfunctional attitudes and cortisol stress response. Yoga and mindfulness: Clinical aspects of an ancient mind/body practice. The relation between self-report mindfulness and performance on tasks of sustained attention. Coffey.. Mechanisms of action in the inverse relationship between mindfulness and psychological distress. 561-566. J. J. 31(1). Relationships between mindfulness practice and levels of mindfulness. 19(2). & Robins.. measurement. Beck. Mindfulness meditation: evidence of decreased rumination as a mechanism of symptom reduction. W. Mitmansgruber. C. and healthrelated symptoms. 64(4).    Mindfulness Bibliography 9 MINDFULNESS CONSTRUCT The following sources address the history. spirituality. G. S. Mindfulness. and relationship with other constructs. (2008).. Carmody. Psychological Medicine. (2008). J. K. P. (2009). (2008). 39(2). & McIntosh. L.. J. component facets. as well as its operationalization. The relationship between mindfulness and selfpromoting illusions. (2007). A.. S. Summers. & Liebsch. When you don't like what you feel: Experiential avoidance.. the various self-report measures of mindfulness are included after the key readings below. 46(4). P. Hofer. Mental Health.. B. T. T. J. E. Journal of Psychosomatic Research.. and phenomenology of mindfulness. Schmertz. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences.. 13(2). M. Anderson. M. validity. D. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. & Hartman.. . S. (2009). 60-66.. K. 11(6).. 393-403. & Merriam. definition. Kristeller. et al. Pipe. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 2009 Kuehner. J. Salmon. Jablonski.. H. Religion & Culture. P. Complementary Health Practice Review.

    Mindfulness Bibliography 10 Dekeyser. Hutcherson. Digdon. & Wang. Kernis. M. Emotion. & Hassed. 27(4). C. 64(7). Mace.. D. H. Heppner.. A.. vulnerability. Shapiro. 773777. New York: Routledge. theory and science. L. Journal of Aging Studies.. (2008). (2008). Personality and Individual Differences. 840-862. Surfing the urge: Experiential acceptance moderates the relation between automatic alcohol motivation and hazardous drinking. M. 8(5). 1193-1202. (2008). Psychology of Sport and Exercise... and the cognitive failures questionnaire.. & Flinders. Australian Psychologist. (2008). Y. Kee. & Zuckerman. (2008). 44(5). & Lance. D.. 230-238. Testing mindfulness with perceptual and cognitive factors: External vs. (2008). 1235-1245. K. T. C. Journal of Clinical Psychology. and middle aged rockers. Buro. A. T. 44(1). Annals of Behavioral Medicine. Howell. Oman. F. Leijssen.. R. (2008). Journal of Research in Personality. H. F. C. D. M. 404-418. Relationships between mindfulness. K. . (2008). Cultivating mindfulness: Effects on well-being. F. 720-724. Plante. 35 (3).. C. (2008)... R. Ostafin. Kostanski. I. 43(1). Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology. S. Raes.. 331-340. E. & Dewulf. 45(8). (2008). G. (2008). (2008). & Sheptycki. L... and sleep. 393-411. Lakey. S. Herndon. C. (2008). McFadden. 9(4). E. 132139. internal encoding. Loving-Kindness Meditation Increases Social Connectedness. 42(1). flow dispositions and mental skills adoption: A cluster analytic approach.. & Kuijpers. Personality and Individual Differences. Mindfulness as a moderator of the relationship between dehydroepiandrosterone and reported physical symptoms. Mindfulness.. O'Loughlin. 32-41. & Marlatt. K. Relations among mindfulness. W. Thoresen. Mindfulness as a concept and a process. A. Mindfulness skills and interpersonal behaviour. Leysen. Individual differences in authenticity and mindfulness as predictors of verbal defensiveness. Nyklícek. well-being. earnest young pilgrims. Personality and Individual Differences. B. 15-21. and love: Spiritual lessons from frail elders. N. C.. J. L. 44(5). H. E. G. M. 22(2). S. M. Mindfulness and mental health: Therapy.. E. J. et al. C. Effects of mindfulness-based stress reduction intervention on psychological well-being and quality of life: is increased mindfulness indeed the mechanism?. Personality and Individual Differences.

Dispositional mindfulness as a predictor of the severity of gambling outcomes. L. 69(6). Carson. 17(4).. W. N. W. D. 119-126. Mindfulness training modifies subsystems of attention. 18(2). K. 367-376. K. (2007). (2007). 1698-1710. C.. N. A.. 43(3-4).. E. G. J.. Falkenström. & Rogge. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy. 43(7). Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory. 517-528.. Self-expansion as a mediator of relationship improvements in a mindfulness intervention.. Krompinger. 33(4). W. J. C. S. Plumb. Addictive Behaviors. Cognitive. J. Rhatigan. M. 560565.. et al. Research and Practice. (2008). L. Lakey. K. M. J. T. S. F. K. 80(3). Way. Campbell.. 7(2).. P. D.. Witkiewitz. Bowen. Krusemark... (2007). W.. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy. Campbell. K.. 26(2). A. K. 2324-2328. (2007). 33(4). Heidenreich. & Goodie. A.. (2008). & Baime. . 29-29. 2007 Barnes. 109-119. Michalak. Eisenberger.. C. & Marlatt. The role of mindfulness in romantic relationship satisfaction and responses to relationship stress. Neural correlates of dispositional mindfulness during affect labeling. Adair. Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. E. T. Thompson.. Jha. (2007). self-esteem. present-moment awareness increase capacity for perspective-taking and empathic concern? Journal of Marital & Family Therapy.. & Orsillo. B.. Mindfulness and the psychology of presence. 32(10). S. J. K. and unconditional selfacceptance. International Journal of Psychology. A. Block-Lerner. M. D. Psychoanalytic Dialogues. (2007). M. D.. (2007). Carson. A psychotherapy researcher's perspective on therapist self-awareness and self-focused attention after a decade of research. 551-574. 501-516.. D.. M. R. W. (2007). M. The case for mindfulness-based approaches in the cultivation of empathy: Does nonjudgmental. & Lieberman. J.. Brown. The psychodynamics of self-observation. & Baucom.. B. D. J. 33(4). Childs.    Mindfulness Bibliography 11 Strohle. I.. G. Dillworth. E. The role of thought suppression in the relationship between mindfulness meditation and alcohol use. Gil. S. Psychosomatic Medicine. H. Mindfulness. J. & Waltz. 139146. Personality and Individual Differences. Assessment of mindfulness: A construct and its components. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Creswell. Williams. Psychotherapy Research. Brown. M. 482-500. (2007). (2008).

J. Verplanken.. E. J. 1875-1885. Journal of Research in Personality. J. J.. T. L. Bernstein. Krietemeyer.. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. M. 31(4). 92(3). A. A. Solomon. and childhood trauma. C. (2006). L. The mindful brain: Reflection and attunement in the cultivation of wellbeing. 2006 Arch. E. Adams.. (2007). (2007). and values to the reduction of prejudice: A pilot study. (2006). E. S.. . 526-541. G. J. Michal.. Wang. International Journal of Psychoanalysis. B. E.. Mechanisms of mindfulness: Emotion regulation following a focused breathing induction. 91-100. Behavior modification. J. Jordan.. Siegel. J.. M. (2006). & Waltz. S. Wolters. & Craske. G. 24(1). 88(6). S. M. W. R... Neff. Assessment. Everyday mindfulness and mindfulness meditation: Overlapping constructs or not? Personality and Individual Differences. & Leen-Feldner.. Pelled. J. mindfulness.. & Still. A. 887-904. B. 3-28. K. O. D. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 1507-1526. Behaviour Research and Therapy. Learning from experience: Bion's concept of reverie and Buddhist meditation: A comparative study.. & Hayes.. Dryden. 92(5). C. R. 41(4). & Toney. McKee.. & Kirkpatrick. E. 36(2). Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy. An examination of self-compassion in relation to positive psychological functioning and personality traits.. 908-916. M. Lillis. D.. Smith. mindfulness. L.. 693-696. Mental habits: Metacognitive reflection on negative self-thinking. J. Thompson.. C.. Historical aspects of mindfulness and self-acceptance in psychotherapy. T. K.. Hopkins. E.. Zimmermann. Rude. 1849-1858. 43(7).    Mindfulness Bibliography 12 Leary.. & Hancock. L. Depersonalization. K. anxiety sensitivity. Batts Allen. 195(8). S. Journal of personality and social psychology. (2007). Applying acceptance. E. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Beutel. S. J. 27-45. 44(12). Using self-report assessment methods to explore facets of mindfulness. Tate. Emotional-vulnerability and mindfulness: A preliminary test of associations among negative affectivity. Trafimow. D. (2007). Friborg. & Heidenreich. 13(1). (2007). (2007). (2007). (2007). and mindfulness skills. (2007). New York: Norton.. M. Baer. & Woolf. 389-411.. M. A. B. Zvolensky. Self-compassion and reactions to unpleasant self-relevant events: The implications of treating oneself kindly..

.. Rational emotive behavior therapy and the mindfulness based stress reduction training of Jon Kabat-Zinn. Psychological mindedness and awareness of self and others. et al. N. 62(3). 2005 Allen. Carlson.. J. Salters-Pedneault. 179-199. and mindfulness: A latent variable approach. & Perlman. Beitel. & Ott. J.. 61(6). Bowman. 79-86. 148-158. & Freedman. U. & Cecero. K. Ferrer. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy. 123-134. C.. E. E. K.. Assessing mindfulness and experiential acceptance: Attempts to capture inherently elusive phenomena. H. 20(2). (2006). Incremental validity of mindfulness-based attention in relation to the concurrent prediction of anxiety and depressive symptomatology and perceptions of health. (2006). Astin. (2006).. Solomon. Positive psychology. N. (2005).. Identification and evaluation of cognitive affect-regulation strategies: Development of a self-report measure. Cognitive Therapy and Research.. 373-386. 71-99). 38(2). B. S. S. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy. A. compassion for self. Journal of Clinical Psychology. B.. E. Kitzman. D. J.). M. Hayes. B. (2005). M. (2007).. Gulliver. J. T. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. (2006). Rothwell. Acceptance and mindfulness-based approaches to anxiety: Conceptualization and treatment (pp. Mindfulness. New York: Springer Science. Relationships between meditation depth. Self-compassion and adaptive psychological functioning. Compassion: Conceptualisations. Mechanisms of mindfulness.. A. research and use in psychotherapy (pp. meditation practice. E. Kamholz. & Tull. M.. S.. B.. J.    Mindfulness Bibliography 13 Ellis. 239-262).. 35(3). A. (2006). Carver. & Knight.. Roemer (Eds. J. Gilbert (Ed. L. 24(1). D. In P. L. N. (2006). Zvolensky. Neff. Kirkpatrick. M. S. 139-154.. Block-Lerner. Bernstein. 739-750. A. 63-78. W. C.. & Guyotte.. Shapiro. (2005). A. In S. J. Enhancing health and emotion: Mindfulness as a missing link between cognitive therapy and positive psychology. S. and compassion for others: Implications for understanding the psychopathology and treatment of depression. A.). .. McLeish. (2006). 41(1). B. M. New York: Psychology Press. The different facets of mindfulness. Orsillo & L.. W. Journal of Research in Personality. L. 227-262. S. C. 24(1). K. A. Journal of Clinical Psychology. Hölzel. 30(2). & Rude. absorption. C. Cassidy. S.. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Hamilton.

230-241. W. D. 315-336. L.. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy. A. (2004). In C. mindfulness. S. and lifestyle.. (2004). M. H. Carmody. G. 4(3). Anderson. & Kasser. In C. D. (2004). and a functional analytic definition of mindfulness. Siegel & P. Social Indicators Research. M. (2005). Mindfulness as clinical training. (2005).). R. 23(4). D. 1053-1067. T.. Perils and promise in defining and measuring mindfulness: Observations from experience.. V. R. . (2004). P. 305-312.. 349368. 337-355. K. Operationalizing mindfulness without unnecessary attachments. & Murphy. Y. et al. Relational frame theory.. Lau. A. S.. New York: Guilford Press. W. and coping with academic failure. Mindfulness and psychotherapy (pp. S. Fulton (Eds. K. acceptance and commitment therapy. Hsieh. Hayes. Mindfulness: A proposed operational definition. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 23(4). Depression. 241-261). L. Beddoe. & Shenk.. 263-287. Clarifying the construct of mindfulness in the context of emotion regulation and the process of change in therapy. R. K.). Fulton. (2005). & Hayes. Wells.    Mindfulness Bibliography 14 Broderick. (2004). R. Carlson. & Dejitterat. S. 242-248. M. C. Bishop. K. & Ryan. J. Mindfulness and psychotherapy (pp. C.. R. Olendzki. 255-262. J. 11(3). K. Germer. 43(7). & Feldman. 11(3). R. P. 55-72). Fulton (Eds. Brown. (2005). The roots of mindfulness. 74(2).. 29(5). K. (2004). Are psychological and ecological well-being compatible? The role of values. C. 501-510. 11(3). achievement goals. Neff. Shapiro... 2004 Adele. N. Fennell. Does mindfulness decrease stress and foster empathy among nursing students? The Journal of Nursing Education. C. Self and Identity. Brown.. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. M.. (2005). 11(3). S. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. low self-esteem and mindfulness. A. New York: Guilford Press. R. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 249-254. Siegel & P. 42(9). (2005). Behaviour Research and Therapy. Detached mindfulness in cognitive therapy: A metacognitive analysis and ten techniques. Self-compassion. Germer. Mindfulness and coping with dysphoric mood: Contrasts with rumination and distraction. Fletcher. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy. (2005). D.

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POPULATIONS AND SETTINGS Mindfulness-based interventions have been used in a variety of treatment settings and with a growing diversity of patient populations. Of particular interest to the clinician may be the Medical and Mental Health Providers section – in general, mindfulness practice has been shown to be beneficial to treatment providers (e.g. medical and nursing students, nurses, physicians, social workers, and therapists), though the effect of a provider’s mindfulness on patient outcomes is mixed (e.g., Stanley et al, 2006). Because settings and populations sometimes overlap (e.g., prison settings and inmate populations), they are presented together here. Bilingual Children & Adolescents Education and Teachers Heterogeneous Inner City Inpatient Marriage and Relationships Medical and Mental Health Providers and Students Mindfulness Meditators Older Adults Parents Prison/Offenders Workplace and Professional Issues

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