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Following a highly engaging Parliamentary launch we are pleased to announce that the final report on our mindfulness trials if now out. This report provides a summary of our research into the connections between mindfulness and behavioural insights. The full report can be downloaded here Mindfulness Behaviour Change and Decision Making_Final Report. We would like to acknowledge […]

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The Experimental Citizen

The Psychological State and the Experimental Subject In a previous post we considered the ways in which the psychological sciences are reshaping how policy makers understand human subjectivity. The classical view of the human ‘[…] as a bounded, unique, more or less integrated motivational and cognitive universe, a dynamic centre of awareness, emotion, judgment and […]

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Chris Baker on Spiritual Capital

We asked Chris Baker of the University of Chester and the William Temple Foundation to reflect on the notion of spiritual capital. We feel that the notion of spiritual capital has much to contribute to discussions about psychological capital and Mindfulness. Here are Chris’s thoughts: Spiritual capital is a newish term and mirrors the growing […]

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