Katie Rodriguez

Katie Rodriguez
California State University, San Marcos | CSUSM · Department of Psychology

Bachelor of Arts

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Objectives Mindful attention deployment has been found to have practical benefits for a range of interpersonal outcomes including prosocial action and emotion. Recently, theory has posited that contemplative training that incorporates mindful attention may enhance intergroup compassion. Methods Here, we conduct a selective narrative review, drawin...
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Objectives: Training in mindfulness has been found to have practical benefits for a range of interpersonal outcomes including prosocial action and emotion. Recently, theory has posited that mindfulness and contemplative trainings that include mindfulness practices may enhance intergroup compassion. Method: Here, we conduct a selective narrative rev...
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Ego depletion, the finding that initial exertion of self-control hinders performance on subsequent self-control tasks, has become a controversial topic. There have been discrepant results from empirical studies and different conclusions drawn from meta-analyses and multilab studies. We examined ego depletion and three potential moderators in a prer...
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Scholarly discourse has raised concerns about the gravitas of secular mindfulness trainings in promoting prosocial outgrowths, as these trainings lack ethics-based concepts found in contemplative traditions. Random-effects meta-analyses were conducted to test whether mindfulness trainings absent explicit ethics-based instructions promote prosocial...