A mediation model of mindfulness and decentering: sequential psychological constructs or one and the same?

  • Gecht J
  • Kessel R
  • Forkmann T
  • et al.
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Abstract

Mindfulness and decentering are closely related processes both assumed to promote well-being. While some researchers claim that mindfulness and decentering can be clearly differentiated others suggest to use these concepts interchangeably. The precise relation between mindfulness and decentering remains unclear and therefore the present study aims to determine the relation between mindfulness and decentering.

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Gecht, J., Kessel, R., Forkmann, T., Gauggel, S., Drueke, B., Scherer, A., & Mainz, V. (2014). A mediation model of mindfulness and decentering: sequential psychological constructs or one and the same? BMC Psychology, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/2050-7283-2-18

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