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Measuring mindfulness—the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory (FMI)
Shall we Really do it Again? The Powerful Concept of Replication is Neglected in the Social Sciences
- S. Schmidt
- 1 June 2009
Replication is one of the most important tools for the verification of facts within the empirical sciences. A detailed examination of the notion of replication reveals that there are many different…
Mindfulness-based stress reduction and health benefits. A meta-analysis.
- P. Grossman, Ludger-Andreas Niemann, S. Schmidt, H. Walach
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of psychosomatic research
- 14 June 2010
Although derived from a relatively small number of studies, these results suggest that MBSR may help a broad range of individuals to cope with their clinical and nonclinical problems.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction and health benefits: A meta-analysis
Treating fibromyalgia with mindfulness-based stress reduction: Results from a 3-armed randomized controlled trial
Assessment of Mindfulness: Review on State of the Art
Although alternative methods have been proposed, mindfulness is predominantly measured by means of self-assessment instruments. Until now, several scales have been published and to some degree also…
Brain-computer communication and slow cortical potentials
- T. Hinterberger, S. Schmidt, N. Birbaumer
- PsychologyIEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
- 24 May 2004
Recordings show that SCPs are of highest amplitude around the vertex electrode used for feedback, but in some subjects more global distributions were observed, and a new method for control of eye movement is presented.
A systematic review and meta-analysis of mindfulness-based stress reduction for the fibromyalgia syndrome.
Electrodermal Activity (Eda) -- State-of-the-Art Measurement and Techniques for Parapsychological Purposes
HARALD WALACH  ABSTRACT: In most of the direct mental interactions with living systems (DMILS)/Remote Staring studies, electrodermal activity (EDA) is the only dependent variable. Therefore the…
Pain Ratings, Psychological Functioning and Quantitative EEG in a Controlled Study of Chronic Back Pain Patients
It is likely that only patients with severe pain as well as root lesions with consecutive thalamic deafferentation develop the typical TCD pattern, which gives some support to the TCD concept.