Running head: MEN DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE VIA MEDITATION 1 Men developing emotional intelligence through meditation? Integrating narrative, EEG, and cognitive evidence

@inproceedings{Lomas2013RunningHM,
  title={Running head: MEN DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE VIA MEDITATION 1 Men developing emotional intelligence through meditation? Integrating narrative, EEG, and cognitive evidence},
  author={T. Mark A. Lomas and Trudi Edginton and Terry Cartwright and Damien Ridge},
  year={2013}
}
Traditional masculine norms around emotions (e.g., inexpressiveness) can mean men have difficulties managing their emotions, contributing to potential mental health problems. However, it is recognized that men and masculinities are diverse, and that some men can positively self-manage their mental health, although this has received little attention in the literature. Uniquely, we sought to find men who had discovered ways to engage constructively with their emotions, in this case through… CONTINUE READING

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