AffiliationUniversity of Wolverhampton ; University of Wolverhampton ; University of Chester ; University of Chester
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AbstractSelf-report scales for mindfulness are now widely used in applied settings, and have made a contribution to research, for instance in demonstrating mediation effects. To date there are no convincing data as to whether mindfulness skills generalise fully across life domains, and so some researchers have developed mindfulness scales for particular domains of behaviour. We present the development of a self-report scale to measure mindfulness with respect to eating behaviours.
CitationMindfulness, 2013, 5(6), pp. 719-729
DescriptionPublished Mindfulness, 2013, 5(6), pp. 719-729. The final publication is available at Springer via http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12671-013-0227-5
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