Volume 16 · Number 2 · Pages 238–243
Authors’ Response: The Art and Science of Befriending Inner Experience

Sebastián Medeiros, Carla Crempien, Alejandra Vásquez-Rosati, Javiera Duarte & Álvaro I. Langer

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Abstract: We offer a response to four themes that result from the commentators’ inquiries and critiques: (a) the psychodynamic perspective in contemplative research; (b) the limitations of self-reported measurements and their relationship with first-person data from micro-phenomenological interviews; (c) the role and nuances of these interviews in mindfulness-based interventions; and (d) cultural aspects in mindfulness and self-regulation.

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Medeiros S., Crempien C., Vásquez-Rosati A., Duarte J. & Langer I. (2021) Authors’ response: The art and science of befriending inner experience. Constructivist Foundations 16(2): 238–243. https://constructivist.info/16/2/238

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