Xinmei Deng
Shenzhen University
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#1Xinmei Deng (SZU: Shenzhen University)
#2Sieun An (Ashoka University)H-Index: 1
Last.Chen Cheng (University of Massachusetts Boston)
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Abstract Culture has a strong influence on how people evaluate and regulate their emotions. Previous findings suggest that Easterners tend to prefer controlling their emotions more than do Westerners. However, there is still little evidence on the prevalence of cultural differences in implicit attitudes towards emotion regulation. The goal of the present study is to investigate cross-cultural differences in the implicit and explicit attitudes towards emotion regulation to help bridge this gap in...
#1Xinmei Deng (SZU: Shenzhen University)
#2Jieting Zhang (SZU: Shenzhen University)
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Abstract Mindfulness has been shown to improve mental health through adaptive responses during emotional processing. Although the benefits of mindfulness and the corresponding neural correlates have been demonstrated in adults, little is known about the impact of mindfulness on pre-adolescent children. The present study examined the influence of mindfulness induction on electrocortical responses during emotional processing in pre-adolescent children. Electroencephalograms were recorded from 35 p...
#1Jieting Zhang (SZU: Shenzhen University)
#2Xinmei Deng (SZU: Shenzhen University)
Last.Peilin Wen (SZU: Shenzhen University)
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Abstract The current study identified profiles of trait mindfulness in a sample of 514 early Chinese adolescents (mean age = 10.54 years), and examined their associations with emotion regulation. Latent profile model was built on five facets of mindfulness (observing, non-judging, acting with awareness, describing, and non-reactivity). Results showed negative correlations of the five facets among the four identified profiles: Judging & High Mindfulness (Profile 1, 43.1%), Non-reacting Observing ...