10 Investigadores de Mindfulness que debería conocer
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Since the early 2000s, research on mindfulness has been expanding rapidly. Here’s a look at 10 leaders in the field, what their research has shown us, and the future directions their studies are taking.
1) JUDSON BREWER, MD, PHD
Psychiatrist and Chief, Division of Mindfulness; associate professor, Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry; research director, Center for Mindfulness, UMASS Medical School
Discovering how mindfulness can undercut addiction; using neuroimaging techniques to reveal how mindfulness affects the brain; developing mindfulness tools to help people quit smoking and handle food cravings.
Examining the effects of mindfulness programs delivered via digital means. “This is the next generation of mindfulness delivery,” he says. “We want to carefully study how it works.” His team has created an app, “Unwinding Anxiety,” which he plans to study in future clinical trials.
2) DAVID CRESWELL, PHD
Associate professor of psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
Examining what makes people resilient under stress and cofounding health neuroscience, which combines health psychology and neuroscience.
3) LARISSA DUNCAN, PHD
Elizabeth C. Davies Chair in Child & Family Well-Being and associate professor of human development and family studies at the School of Human Ecology and the Center for Healthy Minds, University of Wisconsin–Madison
4) ELISSA EPEL, PHD
Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
5) PATRICIA JENNINGS, PHD
Associate professor of education, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia
6) AMISHI JHA, PHD
Neuroscientist, associate professor of psychology, founder and head of the Jha Lab, University of Miami
7) SARA LAZAR, PHD
Associate researcher in psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital; assistant professor in psychology, Harvard Medical School
8) MICHAEL MRAZEK, PHD
Director of research, Center for Mindfulness and Human Potential, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara
9) CLIFFORD SARON, PHD
Researcher, neuroscientist, Center for Mind and Brain; director of the Saron Lab, University of California, Davis