We reviewed the literature on mindfulness and its effects on psychological functioning. EEG studies have shown that different approaches to meditation, including MBSR, guided imagery, etc. have been associated with better interoception, increases in left frontal activity, and better stress regulation. These findings were used to create a study protocol that utilizes a somatically based intervention, the Community Resiliency Model (CRM) to decrease test taking anxiety in graduate school students.
School of Behavioral Health
Adam L. Arechiga
Collen A. Brenner
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
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Mindfulness; Imagery, Psychotherapy; Interoception; Anxiety; Students
vii, 48 p.
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Truong, Sophia, "Effect of CRM on Neurobiology via EEG and Biofeedback" (2022). Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects. 1748.
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