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Kerr CE, Jones SR, Wan Q, Pritchett DL, Wasserman RH, Wexler A, Villanueva JJ, Shaw JR, Lazar SW, Kaptchuk TJ et al..  0.  Effects of mindfulness meditation training on anticipatory alpha modulation in primary somatosensory cortex. Brain Research Bulletin. 85(3–4):96-103.
Lazar SW, Bush G, Gollub RL, Fricchione GL, Khalsa G, Benson H.  0.  Functional brain mapping of the relaxation response and meditation. NeuroReport. 11(7):1581-1585.
Hölzel BK, Lazar SW, Gard T, Vago DR, Ott U.  0.  How Does Mindfulness Meditation Work? Proposing Mechanisms of Action From a Conceptual and Neural Perspective Perspectives on Psychological Science. 6(6):537-559.
Lazar SW, Kerr CE, Wasserman RH, Gray JR, Greve DN, Treadway MT, McGarvey M, Quinn BT, Dusek JA, Benson H et al..  0.  Meditation experience is associated with increased cortical thickness. Neuroreport. 16(17):1893-1897.
Lazar SW, Kerr CE, Wasserman RH, Gray JR, Greve DN, Treadway MT, McGarvey M, Quinn BT, Dusek JA, Benson H et al..  0.  Meditation experience is associated with increased cortical thickness. NeuroReport. 16(17):1893-1897.
Lazar SW, Kerr CE, Wasserman RH, Gray JR, Greve DN, Treadway MT, McGarvey M, Quinn BT, Dusek JA, Benson H et al..  0.  Meditation experience is associated with increased cortical thickness. Neuroreport. 16(17):1893-1897.
Hölzel BK, Carmody J, Vangel M, Congleton C, Yerramsetti SM, Gard T, Lazar SW.  0.  Mindfulness practice leads to increases in regional brain gray matter density. Psychiatry research. 191(1):36-43.
Kerr CE, Sacchet MD, Lazar SW, Moore CI, Jones SR.  0.  Mindfulness starts with the body: somatosensory attention and top-down modulation of cortical alpha rhythms in mindfulness meditation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7
Gard T, Hölzel BK, Kerr C, Lazar SW, Olendzki A, Vago DR.  0.  Moving Beyond Mindfulness: Defining Equanimity as an Outcome Measure in Meditation and Contemplative Research. Mindfulness. :1-17.
Gard T, Hölzel BK, Sack AT, Hempel H, Lazar SW, Vaitl D, Ott U.  0.  Pain Attenuation through Mindfulness is Associated with Decreased Cognitive Control and Increased Sensory Processing in the Brain. Cerebral Cortex. 22(11):2692-2702.