Qiang (he/him/his) is a doctoral student in the Department of Counseling Psychology and a research assistant in the Center for Healthy Minds. In his research, Qiang is interested in investigating the mechanisms of meditation-based interventions (MBIs) and improving existing MBIs through the study of mechanisms. He is also fascinated by the development and improvement of technology-delivered MBIs (e.g., ecological momentary interventions, just-in-time adaptive interventions) as these interventions have the potential to provide affordable, personalized, and accessible mental health care.
Improving the Science and Measurement of Mindfulness
Researchers are broadening the methods to measure mindfulness