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Published on Feb 12, 2013
Dr. Alison Armstrong on Mindfulness and Psychologically Motivated Consumption SLRG-Lunchtime Seminar, University of Surrey - 23 January 2013
Introduction by Prof. Tim Jackson
What role could mindfulness play in reducing psychologically motivated consumption? This seminar presents research around the concept of mindfulness as a distinctive way of thinking and being: non-judgementally aware of the present moment. The results from a longitudinal mixed methods intervention study are presented where compulsive buyers learned mindfulness.