Ruminação e habilidades de mindfulness em praticantes e não praticantes de meditação

Palavras-chave: Meditação, Habilidades de Mindfulness, Ruminação.

Resumo

Comparou-se os níveis de mindfulness e ruminação entre meditadores e não meditadores entre 16 e 65 anos e investigou-se a correlação dessas variáveis em cada grupo, e com a quantidade de prática. Utilizou-se os questionários sociodemográfico, Ruminação e Reflexão (QRR) e Cinco Facetas de Mindfulness (FFMQ). Os meditadores apresentaram escore significativamente menor de ruminação e maior de mindfulness nas facetas observar, descrever, agir com consciência e não reagir. Agir com consciência, não julgar e não reagir correlacionaram negativamente com ruminação em ambos os grupos, sendo a associação maior entre meditadores. Tempo em meses e frequência semanal correlacionaram positivamente com agir com consciência, não julgar e não reagir e negativamente com ruminação. Os achados corroboram que aumento de mindfulness e redução da ruminação constituem benefícios da prática meditativa, caracterizando potenciais mecanismos psicológicos por trás da relação entre meditação e regulação emocional.

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2017-12-27
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Menezes, C. B., Crauss, F., Nascimento, L., & Andretta, I. (2017). Ruminação e habilidades de mindfulness em praticantes e não praticantes de meditação. Psico, 48(4), 264-273. https://doi.org/10.15448/1980-8623.2017.4.26757
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