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Research Article
Published On: January 15, 2019

Mindfulness Facets Associated with Perceived Stress: The Role of Nonreactivity

Mayer C, Sungjin IMS , Stavas J and Hazlett-Stevens H*
Dispositional, or trait, mindfulness reflects an individual difference in the tendency to experience mindfulness naturally. Increased dispositional mindfulness is associated with lower levels of stress, but previous research has not identified which facets of dispositional...

Research Article
Published On: March 11, 2019

Evidence of Validity of the Geriatric Anxiety Scale for Use among Medically Ill Older Adults

Daniel L. Segal* and Anne E. Mueller
Introduction: This study examined the psychometric properties of the Geriatric Anxiety Scale (GAS) in a sample of medically ill older adults. Method: Data were collected from older adults (N = 38; M age = 69.9 years) with at least one chronic physical health condition...

Letter to Editor
Published On: July 31, 2019

Is There Any Relation between the Pattern of Instagram Use and User’s Depression?

Ebrahimnia H* and Gharibzadeha S
Nowadays, social networks are one of the most widely used tools for communication. Social networks facilitate and speed up communication. But studies show that using social networks cause depression in users [1]....

Rapid Communication
Published On: December 20, 2019

A Pilot Study of the Effect of Compassionate Meditation by Using GSR Comparison between AEON-HO and Mindfulness

Fujisaki C*
Objectives: AEON-HO (Altering Emotional Organization-Holistic Operation) is an integrated therapy based on mindfulness and Naikan therapy. This pilot study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of self‐compassionate meditation for the body in AEON-HO to examine sympathetic...