May 05, 2015
Well-being is widely believed to involve “living in the present”, an ability also known as mindfulness. Mindfulness can be learned--for example, you can learn to avoid checking your email during a dinner conversation. Among other things, mindfulness can support emotion regulation, which may come in handy to handle the comments of Reviewer 3 more gracefully. Recent research reviews the neuropsychological markers of mindfulness with intriguing results.