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Emotion regulation as mrt mentioned above is a good term. Affective control seems more task and goal-focused than emotion regulation though. This definition of emotion regulation outlined by Hoffman et al. 2012 is quite helpful - Emotion regulation has been defined as the process by which people influence which emotions they have, when they have them, ...


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This 2015 Nature Reviews Neuroscience paper summarises the neurological changes underlying the cognitive changes with mindfulness practice. Mindfulness practice enhances attention. The anterior cingulate cortex is the region associated with attention in which changes in activity and/or structure in response to mindfulness meditation are most consistently ...


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You are right, procedural memory is defined as implicit. Semantic memory on the other hand is part of explicit memory. It includes declarative knowlegde (knowledge of facts or ideas) that can be made conscious. As far as I know there is no particular relationship between the two but they will definitely interact during cognitive processes. For example, ...


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