In this conversation, Richard J. Davidson should examine last scientific research on the neuroscience of positive person qualities and how they may be cultivated owing to contemplative practice. Differences among distinct forms of contemplative practices should be introduced and they should be shown to have distinct neural and behavioral consequences, as well as significant consequences for physical health in both long-term and novice practitioners. New research also shows that meditation-based interferences delivered online might produce behavioral and neural changes. Collectively, this body of research specifies that we may cultivate adaptive neural changes and strengthen positive person qualities through systematic mental practice.
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