Mindfulness training to enhance emotion regulation in a polarizing political context: A multimethod investigation

Hadley Rahrig
The U.S. continues to show an upward trend in political polarization, characterized in part by the perceived division of moral values along party lines (Finkel et al., 2020). This moralization of political identity has contributed to the escalation of negative emotions (e.g., fear, anger, and hatred) directed towards political outgroup members. In turn these negative emotions sustain political divisions by motivating the avoidance of—and even violence towards—opposing partisans (Iyenger et al., 2019). Although negative emotions...
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