Impact of short- and long-term mindfulness meditation training on amygdala reactivity to emotional stimuli

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http://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.07.013

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AuthorsTammi R.A. Kral, Brianna S. Schuyler, Jeanette A. Mumford, Melissa A. Rosenkranz, Antoine Lutz and Richard J. Davidson
DescriptionParticipants viewed stimuli from the International Affective Pictures System (IAPS), which were presented for 4 seconds each followed by a jittered inter-stimulus-interval. Positive, negative and neutral IAPS were presented in pseudo-random order, balanced for sociality and excluding erotic images from the IAPS. A neutral face followed the IAPS presentation on 2/3 of the trials - evenly split by a 1 s or 3 s interval. Participants pressed a button during the IAPS presentation to indicate the valence of the picture (negative, positive or neutral). Un-thresholded statistical maps are included for each group for each contrast of interest for the analysis of the impact of mindfulness meditation training. Long-term meditators (LTM) were compared to meditation-naive participants (MNP). Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) was compared to a well-matched, active control intervention - the Health Enhancement Program (HEP) - in a randomized control trial arm of the study. Contrasts for MBSR and HEP consist of the post-intervention activation controlling for baseline.
JournalNeuroImage
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DOI10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.07.013
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Add DateApril 23, 2018, 10:45 p.m.