Studien zu Achtsamkeit am Arbeitsplatz, zur Prävention von Burnout und zur Förderung von Gesundheit und Wohlbefinden


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  • Murphy et al (2012) The Benefits of Dispositional Mindfulness in Physical Health: A longitudinal study of female college students. Journal of American College Health, 60(5), 341–348. [CrossRef]
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  • Ivtzan et al (2011) Mindfulness meditation and curiosity: The contributing factors to wellbeing and the process of closing the self-discrepancy gap. International Journal of Wellbeing, 1(3), 316–327.  [CrossRef] [download]
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  • Shier & Graham (2011) Mindfulness, subjective well-being, and social work: Insight into their interconnection from social work practitioners. Social Work Education, 30(1), 29–44. [CrossRef]
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  • Chu, L.-C. (2010). The benefits of meditation vis-à-vis emotional intelligence, perceived stress and negative mental health. Stress and Health, 26(2), 169–180. [CrossRef]
  • Coffey et al (2010) Deconstructing Mindfulness and Constructing Mental Health: Understanding Mindfulness and its Mechanisms of Action. Mindfulness, 1(4), 235–253. [CrossRef]
  • Flaxman, P. E. & Bond, F. W. (2010). Worksite stress management training: moderated effects and clinical significance. Journal of occupational health psychology, 15(4), 347–358. [CrossRef]
  • Roberts & Danoff-Burg (2010) Mindfulness and Health Behaviors: Is Paying Attention Good for You? Journal of American College Health, 59(3), 165–173. [CrossRef]
  • Wetzky, J. & Wetzky D. (2010). Wie integrieren Berufstätige buddhistische Praxis in den Arbeitsalltag? Eine explorative Interviewstudie mit Personen in Führungsverantwortung und ohne Führungsverantwortung. Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin. [pdf-download]
  • Williams et al (2010) On being mindful, emotionally aware, and more resilient: Longitudinal pilot study of police recruits. Australian Psychologist, 45(4), 274–282 [CrossRef] [download]
  • Young & Baime (2010) Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction: Effect on Emotional Distress in Older Adults. Complementary Health Practice Review, 15(2), 59–64. [CrossRef]


  • Chiesa, A. & Serretti, A. (2009). Mindfulness-based stress reduction for stress management in healthy people: a review and meta-analysis. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (New York, N, 15(5), 593–600.  [CrossRef]
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  • Collard et al (2008) Teaching Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) to students: The effects of MBCT on the levels of Mindfulness and Subjective Well-Being. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 21(4), 323–336. [CrossRef]
  • Hutcherson et al (2008) Loving-kindness meditation increases social connectedness. Emotion, 8(5), 720–724. [CrossRef]
  • McCracken, L. M. & Yang, S.-Y. (2008). A contextual cognitive-behavioral analysis of rehabilitation workers‘ health and well-being: Influences of acceptance, mindfulness, and values-based action. Rehabilitation Psychology, 53(4), 479–485. [CrossRef]
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  • Brown & Ryan (2003). The benefits of being present: mindfulness and its role in psychological well-being. Journal of personality and social psychology, 84(4), 822–848. [PubMed] [download]
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