1432 results for "research"

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Three Research-Backed Ways to Help Your Child Value Honesty 

[…] cheating in games with friends or on tests at school—can lead to conflicts and sometimes reflects larger problems. Parents play an important role in helping their children value honesty, and recent research offers some suggestions for how to do this. 1. Praise process, not intelligence Parents give praise to show their children that they noticed something positive. But […] Read More 

  • Maryam Abdullah
  • March 11, 2019

Exploring the Research on Mindfulness Training 

I’d like to take more of a skeptic’s orientation toward mindfulness and start with a question I often get asked when I pitch an idea for a research project. I get asked this question about mindfulness training by leaders of all kinds of organizations, and, in fact, I was asked most recently at the […] Read More 

  • Amishi Jha
  • October 20, 2020
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Research: The Key Ingredient to Genuine Happiness 

[…] introspective: what do we want to do more/less of next year? What worked, and what didn’t? Richard Davidson of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds is a research pioneer on the benefits of meditation. One positive outcome of meditation that’s piqued his interest is happiness. Mirabai Bush spoke with Richard for the series Working […] Read More 

  • Daniel Goleman
  • December 9, 2014

Conference: Meditation Research 

Advances in meditation research—neuroscience and clinical applications—will be discussed at a conference taking place in New York on January 17. Register now! The meeting, which features keynote speakers Cliff Saron and Susan Bauer-Wu, will address: Emerging scientific understanding of the effects of meditation on biomarkers of stress How meditation is linked to neural correlates […] Read More 

  • Line Goguen-Hughes
  • November 9, 2012

Mindfulness and Learning Research Symposium 

The past decade has seen a remarkable groundswell of interest and scholarship on mindfulness. In research labs, clinics, and school settings across the nation, mindfulness-based practices such as guided meditation, breathing techniques, and yoga postures are under active investigation as promising approaches to easing psychological distress and increasing memory, attention, and learning. On September […] Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • August 12, 2014

The Research On White Privilege Blindness 

[…] sex, race, accent, or wealth bring. Being born into one racial or economic group or another—what group is privileged depends on the society, but most of the research focuses on the discrepancies between white and Black people in North America—offers you greater or lesser access to influential networks that can give you that all-important […] Read More 

  • Sharon Begley
  • August 20, 2019