Mindfulness, 25th anniversary edition

The groundbreaking work on mindfulness from noted Harvard psychologist Dr. Ellen J. Langer.

By Ellen J. Langer Read by Bernadette Dunne and Ellen J. Langer Health, Mind & Body / Nonfiction / Self-Help English, Unabridged 6h 0m Sell Sheet
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5 Audio CDs Tue Dec 29 00:00:00 UTC 2015 59.99 49.99 9781520003382 Add to Cart
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							In the years since it was first published, this influential book based on the highly innovative findings of social psychologist Dr. Ellen J. Langer and her team of researchers at Harvard made its mark for its unique concept of mindfulness, thoroughly adapted to contemporary life in the West. Langer’s theory has been applied to a wide number of fields, including health, business, aging, prejudice, and learning. There is now a new psychological assessment based on her work (called the Langer Mindfulness Scale) as well as an institute in Mexico founded to apply the concepts of mindfulness to health and wellness. In her introduction to this 25th anniversary edition, Dr. Langer outlines some of these exciting applications and suggests those still to come.

“A landmark work of social psychology.” - Booklist

One simply can’t finish this book and not see the world in the same way. - Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law School

Ellen Langer has succeeded in writing a book that, in one bite, manages to be scientifically interesting, immensely practical, and dramatically absorbing. It is about the mindsets that lead human beings—even the smartest of them—to become stupid and ‘mindless.’ Its power as drama in demonstrating that mindlessness leads not only to the banality of dullness, but to a giving up of life itself. In a series of fascinating research studies, Dr. Langer demonstrates that the young can be made more creative, the man in charge made more effective, and the elderly kept from giving in to and dying of their age. - Jerome Bruner, author of Actual Minds, Possible Worlds