Mindfulness Improves Reading Ability, Working Memory, and Task-Focus

March 26, 2013

If you think your inability to concentrate is a hopeless condition, think again –– and breathe, and focus. According to a study by Michael Mrazek and Jonathan Schooler at UC Santa Barbara, as little as two weeks of mindfulness training can significantly improve one's reading comprehension, working memory capacity, and ability to focus. Their findings were recently published online in the empirical psychology journal Psychological Science.

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