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Alessandra Almeida, Castro Pagani, Mariana Costa Oliveira, Anne Caroline Rocha Xavier, Alaiza Lima Barros Morais,Tatiana P. Nunes, Gabriel F. Silva
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M.B. Jadhav, A. P. Bhattu
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Prashanta Mondal
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Music performance anxiety (MPA) is a common damaging phenomenon for any musician’s career. Mindfulness stands as a promising construct to prevent MPA. However, the relationships between mindfulness and MPA are still not fully explored, alongside other relevant attention-based (e.g., self-consciousness) or emotion-based constructs (e.g., negative affect). This study explores the relationships between mindfulness, MPA, self-consciousness, and negative affect. A sample of 151 musicians were assessed to explore the relationships between these constructs. Self-reports of mindfulness, MPA, negative affect, and self-consciousness were applied. We implemented network analysis, a novel technique, following a general (second-order) and specific (first-order) framework. Dispositional mindfulness was negatively associated with negative affect and MPA in both general and facet levels, while mindfulness in past performances was only negatively associated with negative affect. In addition, mindfulness displayed light or no associations with self-consciousness. MPA was positively associated with negative affect and self-consciousness. The first-order network showed mindfulness facets with specific roles: Describe and acting with awareness were negatively associated with MPA components and negative affect, while Non-judging and decentering in performance situations were negatively associated with negative affect in performance situations. Thus, mindfulness seems to be a relevant construct towards MPA. We propose a preliminary model to improve mindfulness research and interventions applied to music performers. Future directions and implications are also discussed.
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Said Aqaayar1, K. P. Thakar2, Soumya C3 and D. D. Chaudhari4
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This repository include all hardware design file of the HRI hand. The software is upload the follow github link: https://github.com/MrLacuqer/HRI-hand-firmware.git https://github.com/MrLacuqer/HRI-Hand-ROS.git
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Subclinical changes in response to different types and generations of toothbrushes represent a challenging knowledge gap in the context of self-administered oral hygiene regimes. The aim of this project is to evaluate the current evidence regarding the microbiological changes and how they correlate with empirical findings namely the clinical parameters.
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An examination of differences in the ability to retrieve specific autobiographical memories between younger and older adults
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