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The current study examined relations among individual facets of emotional awareness and mindfulness, and associations between these facets and quality of life. Facets of emotional awareness include: Attention to emotions, Understanding of type, Understanding of source, Negative differentiation, and Positive differentiation. Facets of mindfulness include: Observing, Describing, Acting with awareness, Non-judgment, and Non-reactivity. Among a college student sample (n = 979), we found that: (a) emotional awareness facets and mindfulness facets were consistently, moderately associated; and (b) Understanding of type, Positive differentiation, Describing, Acting with Awareness, Non-judgment, and Non-reactivity incrementally predicted quality of life when accounting for variance shared between them. Results suggest that emotional awareness and mindfulness facets are inter-dependent and generally contribute to quality of life in associated, but non-redundant ways.
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- An Investigation of Relations Among Quality of Life and Individual Facets of Emotional Awareness and Mindfulness
Matthew Tyler Boden
Jessica G. Irons
Matthew T. Feldner
Marcel O. Bonn-Miller
- Springer US