publication . Article . 2015

Does Change in Self-reported Mindfulness Mediate the Clinical Benefits of Mindfulness Training? A Controlled Study Using the French Translation of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire

Alexandre Heeren; Sandrine Deplus; Virginie Peschard; François Nef; Ilios Kotsou; Christophe Dierickx; Laurie Mondillon; Donald J. Robinaugh; Pierre Philippot;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jun 2015
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
International audience; Mindfulness training improves mental health and psychological functioning. Although several questionnaires have been developed to measure mindfulness, the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ) is currently one of the most widely used scales. However, uncertainty remains about whether the effects of mindfulness training can be unambiguously attributed to change in self-reported mindfulness. The present study was designed to answer three major questions: First, relative to a wait-list group, does participation in mindfulness training lead to changes in self-reported mindfulness among a mixed sample of individuals presenting stress-rel...
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free text keywords: Mindfulness training, FFMQ, MBIs, [SCCO.PSYC]Cognitive science/Psychology, Applied Psychology, Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, Developmental and Educational Psychology, Health(social science), Social Psychology, Mental health, Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire, Psychological distress, Chronic pain, medicine.disease, medicine, Psychotherapist, Clinical psychology, Psychology, Public health, medicine.medical_specialty, Mindfulness, Anxiety, medicine.symptom
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