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Internet-delivered mindfulness and relaxation training were compared with each other and a no-treatment control on stress, coping, and mindfulness measures. Participants (n = 114) were assessed before and after treatment,

Internet-delivered mindfulness and relaxation training were compared with each other and a no-treatment control on stress, coping, and mindfulness measures. Participants (n = 114) were assessed before and after treatment, and their compliance with the intervention they received was tracked. The treatments were received at a time, place, and computer of the participants’ choosing with the proviso that three exercises be completed during each of three successive weeks.

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    • 2015-12-30
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1177/2332858415625188
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    Messer, D., Horan, J. J., Turner, W., & Weber, W. (2016). The Effects of Internet-Delivered Mindfulness Training on Stress, Coping, and Mindfulness in University Students. AERA Open, 2(1), 233285841562518. doi:10.1177/2332858415625188

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