The role of mindfulness facets in affective forecasting

@inproceedings{Emanuel2010TheRO,
  title={The role of mindfulness facets in affective forecasting},
  author={Amber S. Emanuel and John A Updegraff and David A Kalmbach and Jeffrey A. Ciesla},
  year={2010}
}
Please cite this article in press as: Emanuel, A. S doi:10.1016/j.paid.2010.06.012 Mindfulness is a nonjudgmental, present-centered attention to one’s thoughts and emotions. Using a sample of 188 young adults who forecasted their emotions for the weeks following the 2008 Presidential election, we tested our prediction that facets of mindfulness would decrease the impact bias, a wellknown error in affective forecasting. Mindfulness was measured with the Five Factor Mindfulness Questionnaire… CONTINUE READING
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