Jacobs, TL, Epel, ES, Blackburn, EH, Wolkowitz, OM, Bridwell, DA, Zanesco, AP, Aichele, SR, Sahdra, BK, MacLean, KA, King, BG, Shaver, PR, Rosenberg, EL, Ferrer, E, Wallace, BA, and Saron, CD
Intensive meditation training, immune cell telomerase activity, and psychological mediators
Saggar, M, King, B, Zanesco, A, MacLean, K, Aichele, S, Jacobs, T, Bridwell, D, Shaver, P, Rosenberg, E, Sahdra, B, Ferrer, E, Tang, A, Mangun, G, Wallace, A, Mikkulainen, R, and Saron, C
Intensive Training Induces Longitudinal Changes in Meditation State-related EEG Oscillatory Activity
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6(256).
Sahdra, BK, MacLean, KA, Ferrer, E, Shaver, PR, Rosenberg, EL, Jacobs, TL, Zanesco, AP, Aichele, SR, King, BG, Bridwell, DA, Lavy, S, Mangun, GR, Wallace, AB, and Saron, CD
Response inhibition enhanced by intensive meditation training predicts improved adaptive socio-emotional functioning.
MacLean, KA, Ferrer, E, Aichele, SR, Bridwell, DA, Zanesco, AP, Jacobs, TL, King, BG, Rosenberg, EL, Sahdra, BK, Shaver, PR, Wallace, BA, Mangun, GR, and Saron, CD
Intensive meditation training leads to improvements in perceptual discrimination and sustained attention.
Psychological Science 21(6):829-839.
Maclean, KA, Aichele, SR, Bridwell, DA, Mangun, GR, Wojciulik, E, and Saron, CD
Interactions between endogenous and exogenous attention during vigilance.
Atten Percept Psychophys 71(5):1042-58.
Fannon, SP, Saron, CD, and Mangun, GR
Baseline Shifts do not Predict Attentional Modulation of Target Processing During Feature-Based Visual Attention.
Front Hum Neurosci 1:7.
Shaver, PR, Lavy, S, Saron, CD, and Mikulincer, M
Social foundations of the capacity for mindfulness: An attachment perspective.
Psychological Inquiry 18(4):264-271.
Foxe, JJ, Simpson, GV, Ahlfors, SP, and Saron, CD
Biasing the brain's attentional set: I. cue driven deployments of intersensory selective attention.
Exp Brain Res 166(3-4):370-92.
Saint-Amour, D, Saron, CD, Schroeder, CE, and Foxe, JJ
Can whole brain nerve conduction velocity be derived from surface-recorded visual evoked potentials? A re-examination of Reed, Vernon, and Johnson (2004).