Psychological mindedness and awareness of self and others
Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences
The major goal of this study was to explore the relationship among psychological mindedness (PM) and several facets of awareness, including a general sense of mindfulness (Mindful Attention Awareness Scale; Brown & Ryan, 2003), as well as more specific awareness of self (selfconsciousness scale; Fenigstein, Scheier, & Buss, 1975) and others (Interpersonal Reactivity Index; Davis, 1980). Participants were 103 undergraduate students at an urban liberal arts college. Results indicated that PM (PM Scale; Conte, Plutchik, Jung, Picard, Karasu, & Lotterman, 1990) is related to mindfulness, private self-consciousness, as well as cognitive and affective indices of empathy. Self-consciousness and empathy explained a significant amount of variance in PM in a simultaneous-entry multiple regression. These findings support theoretical claims that PM involves awareness of self and others.
Beitel, M., Ferrer, E., & Cecero, J. (2005). Psychological mindedness and awareness of self and others. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 6(6), 739-750.
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