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Would mindful participants wreck psychological research?

What if we replicated all of the great psychological studies and somehow were able to create mindfulness in the participants first? What do you think would happen?

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Posted in continued learning, decision making, Ellen Langer

Mindfulness is not simply a cognitive process

{lang: ‘en-GB’}After a gentle nudge from a friend, I realized that I hadn’t updated this blog on the latest Ellen Langer class last week. Here we go!! Mindfulness, as we know, is not just a cognitive process. Langer says that

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Posted in coaching, continued learning, Ellen Langer

The role of error

Errors and mistakes are very good things – and not for the reasons you might think.

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Posted in continued learning, Ellen Langer

More on mindfulness with Dr. Langer

Got a decision to make? Flip a coin. Whatever comes up, commit to making that a success. You’ll be happier for it. And more mindful.

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Posted in continued learning, Ellen Langer

Two weeks later…

Could mindfulness really last forever?

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Posted in continued learning, Ellen Langer, MAPP
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