1. Why Social Psychologists Should Care about Mindfulness Johan C. Karremans and Esther K. Papies 2. Studying Mindfulness with Different Methods Hugo J.E.M. Alberts 3. Understanding Contemplative Practices from the Perspective of Dual-Process Theories Lawrence W. Barsalou 4. The Hypo-egoic Impact of Mindfulness on Self, Identity, and the Processing of Self-relevant Information Mark R. Leary and Kate J. Diebels 5. How Mindfulness Enhances Self-Control Nathaniel Elkins-Brown, Rimma Teper, and Michael Inzlicht 6. Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, and Social Threat Jerry Slutsky, Hayley Rahl, Emily K. Lindsay, and J. David Creswell 7. Mindfulness and Health Behaviour: Examining the Roles of Attention Regulation and Decentering Esther K. Papies 8. Mindful Presence: Its Functions and Consequences in Romantic Relationships Johan C. Karremans and Gesa Kappen 9. Mindfulness, Compassion, and Prosocial Behavior Paul Condon 10. Mindfulness in Education: Enhancing Academic Achievement and Student Well-being by Reducing Mind-Wandering Michael D. Mrazek, Claire M. Zedelius, Madeleine E. Gross, Alissa J. Mrazek, Dawa T. Phillips, and Jonathan W. Schooler 11. Reducing Separateness with Presence: How Mindfulness Catalyzes Intergroup Prosociality Daniel R. Berry and Kirk Warren Brown
Johan C. Karremans is Associate Professor in the Behavioural Science Institute at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Esther K. Papies is Senior Lecturer in the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.