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Metta Meditation Training on Prosocial Behavior

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Metta Meditation Training on Prosocial Behavior

The purpose of the study is to look at the impact of a metta meditation training on prosocial behavior and socio-affective brain responses. The training involves an 8-week, online administration of guided metta meditation practices aimed at generating feelings of kindness and compassion for other people. The study examines how participants respond to thinking about familiar others and strangers using behavioral and brain-imaging measures. This study will be important for understanding how people develop the capacity to be prosocial towards other individuals, which is a key component of adaptive social behavior.

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Behavioral - Metta meditation

Administered 5 days per week for 8 weeks.

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Identifying Neural Correlates of Altruism

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NCT03894930

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