Meditation Research Study

WOULD YOU LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN A MEDITATION RESEARCH STUDY?
Have you always wanted to start a regular meditation practice but didn’t quite get around to it? How about starting in the New Year?
Pamela Strasser is running a 7-day research study on a guided meditation that focuses on increasing self-compassion, self-acceptance, positive emotions, gratitude and mindfulness, as well reducing stress and anxiety.
Whether you are a total beginner, already a regular meditator or simply interested in increasing your well-being, this is the perfect opportunity for you!
The study will run online and participation is anonymous and of course, free of charge. All you have to do is log on to an online platform, fill in a few questionnaires and download a 3-minute guided meditation that you will do daily over a 7-day period. The study is supervised by the Department of Psychology at the University of East London (UEL) and has received ethical clearance by the UEL Ethics Committee.
It is Pamela’s final project of her MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and aims to provide health professionals, yoga and meditation teachers as well as the general public with a scientifically proven guided meditation that helps people increase their well-being.
If you are interested in participating in the study or if you would simply like to get more information, please email Pamela at her UEL email address: u1421189@uel.ac.uk
Your participation is appreciated!

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