Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts

Senker K, Fries S, Grund A (2020)
CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Mindfulness has shown beneficial relationships with well-being and self-regulation. We aim to improve the understanding of the effects of between- and within-person differences in mindfulness when dealing with situations of motivational conflict. For this purpose, we conducted an experience sampling study with 56 university students who replied to a total of N = 1889 short questionnaires, which they received via their smartphones over a period of eight consecutive days. In addition to a state mindfulness questionnaire with the facets presence and non-judgment (focusing attention on the experience of the current action and a momentary non-judgmental stance towards these, respectively), the participants received questions about their current affective well-being and perceived intensity of want or should conflict experiences. Multi-level analyses revealed that want conflicts were predicted by both state mindfulness facets, even after momentary affect was controlled. In addition, to be non-judgmental (as a trait), and having momentary presence (as a state), related to lower intensity of should conflicts. The results suggest that being mindful might be a particularly beneficial way of dealing with daily motivational conflicts, which is an essential and frequent task of self-regulation.
Stichworte
State mindfulness; Motivational conflicts; Affective well-being; Self-regulation; Experience sampling
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY
ISSN
1046-1310
eISSN
1936-4733
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2943802

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Senker K, Fries S, Grund A. Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts. CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY. 2020.
Senker, K., Fries, S., & Grund, A. (2020). Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts. CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY. doi:10.1007/s12144-020-00760-x
Senker, K., Fries, S., and Grund, A. (2020). Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts. CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY.
Senker, K., Fries, S., & Grund, A., 2020. Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts. CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY.
K. Senker, S. Fries, and A. Grund, “Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts”, CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY, 2020.
Senker, K., Fries, S., Grund, A.: Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts. CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY. (2020).
Senker, Kerstin, Fries, Stefan, and Grund, Axel. “Mindfulness in everyday life: between- and within-person relationships to motivational conflicts”. CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY (2020).