Mindfulness, Attribution-Emotion Processes, and Conflict Situations

The purpose of this study was to examine the relations among dispositional mindfulness and the attribution-emotion processes associated with interpersonal behavior in conflict situations. The use of violence and judgments of punishment were examined as a function of dispositional mindfulness, causal attributions for the behavior of others, and related emotions.

Project Faculty

Dr. Hector Betancourt

Dr. Patricia Flynn

Students: Athena Jones