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This comprehensive review examined the effects of mindfulness-based interventions on the physical and emotional well-being of older adults, a rapidly growing segment of the general population. Search procedures yielded 15 treatment outcome studies meeting inclusion criteria. Support was found for the feasibility and acceptability of mindfulness-based interventions with older adults. Physical and emotional well-being outcome variables offered mixed support for the use of mindfulness-based interventions with older adults. Potential explanations of mixed findings may include methodological flaws, study limitations, and inconsistent modifications of protocols. These are discussed in detail and future avenues of research are discussed, emphasizing the need to incorporate geriatric populations into future mindfulness-based empirical research.
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- Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Older Adults: a Review of the Effects on Physical and Emotional Well-Being
Paul J. Geiger
Ian A. Boggero
C. Alex Brake
Carolina A. Caldera
Hannah L. Combs
Jessica R. Peters
Ruth A. Baer
- Springer US