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Mindfulness, self-esteem and positive
states of mind (PSOM)
* Mindfulness-based interventions improved quality of life in a
depressed sample (Godfrin & van Heeringen, 2010) and in a
distressed sample (Nyklidek & Kuijpers, 2008).
* "The vast majority of articles argue that self-esteem is positively
associated with adaptive outcomes" (Neff, 2011). Quality of life
and self-esteem are positively correlated among a discriminated
sample (Drosdzol, Skrzypulec & Plinta, 2010).
* Positive states of mind negatively correlate with stress following
an intervention (Chang et at., 2004).
Center for Psychosocial Health Research
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
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Stem, Wiley & Vosvick, Mark A. Mindfulness, Self-Esteem and Positive States of Mind: Correlates of Mental Health in LGBT Individuals, presentation, April 19, 2012; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc93281/m1/3/?q=vosvick%2C%20mark: accessed January 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Honors College.