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Title:  A wandering mind is a less caring mind: Daily experience sampling during compassion meditation training. 
DOI or Website Link:  
doi:10.1080/17439760.2015.1025418
Publication: The Journal of Positive Psychology, (July), 
Authors:   
  • Jazaieri, H., 
  • Lee, I. a., 
  • McGonigal, K.,
  •  Jinpa, T., 
  • Doty, J. R., 
  • Gross, J. J., 
  • Goldin, P. R 
Date:   (July) 2015
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Citation: 
Jazaieri, H., Lee, I. a., McGonigal, K., Jinpa, T., Doty, J. R., Gross, J. J., & Goldin, P. R (2015). A wandering mind is a less caring mind: Daily experience sampling during compassion meditation training. The Journal of Positive Psychology, (July), 1–14 doi:10.1080/17439760.2015.1025418

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(WEISZ 2016)*


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Definition(How was empathy defined?)


Benefits(Were any benefits of empathy mentioned?)


Criticisms  (Were any criticisms, negative effects or risks of empathy mentioned?)


Methods(What were the methods used to train empathy?)
  •  Experiential
  • Participants attended classes on compassion focused meditation and engaged in daily home meditation


Target Group:  (Who participated in this study / training?)
  • Adults

Measurements(About the assessment: How was the change in empathy measured before/after the intervention/method?) 
  • Compassion training increased mindfulness and happiness, which was related to increased caring for others (WEISZ 2016)*

Result: (What was the result?)


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