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Meditation and attention: A controlled study on long-term meditators in behavioral performance and event-related potentials of attentional control

Jo, Han-Gue ; Schmidt, Stefan ; Inacker, Elisa ; Markowiak, Michael ; Hinterberger, Thilo


Meditation practice involves attention regulation, and thus is thought to facilitate attention control mechanisms. Studies on meditation techniques using a behavioral measurement of the Attention Network Test (ANT) have shown enhanced attention control, but neural features remain unknown. In the present study, event-related potentials (ERPs) and behavioral data from twenty long-term meditators ...


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