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dc.contributor.authorGarcía Castro, Javier
dc.identifier.citationGarcía-Castro, J. A. (2021). Influence of mindfulness on the processes of consciousness measured via evoked potentials: A theoretical review. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 28(11-12), 102–124.
dc.description.abstractThe study of brain changes in response to mindfulness (MF) practice could serve as a way to expand our understanding of key cognitive processes such as consciousness, attention, or executive functions. The aim of this work is to offer an updated review of the studies that have investigated the effects of MF on cognition; specifically, the processes of consciousness, attention, and executive functioning, measured by evoked potentials (EP). The main studies on this topic from 2006 to the present are reviewed and the principal findings are grouped according to the EP measured, mainly N1, N2, and P3. The convergent evidence derived from the updated research allows us to propose a hypothetical model of the existing correlations between the influences of MF on cognitive processes and the associated EP components. However, the methodological limitations found mean that we should take these results with caution and advise a methodological refinement for future
dc.publisherImprint Academices
dc.titleInfluence of mindfulness on the processes of consciousness measured via evoked potentials: A theoretical
dc.typejournal articlees
dc.description.departmentPsicología y Ciencias de la Saludes
dc.journal.titleJournal of Consciousness Studieses
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