Increased Effect Sizes in a Mindfulness- and Yoga-Based Intervention After Adjusting for Response Shift with Then-Test

Date
2023-03-16
Authors
Bartos, L Javier
Posadas, M Pilar
Wrapson, Wendy
Krägeloh, Chris
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Journal Article
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Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Abstract

Response shift refers to variations in self-reported evaluations at different times from changes in one’s internal standards, values, and meanings. The current study explored the utility of the then-test to detect a potential mindfulness-based response shift occurrence during a mindfulness- and yoga-based intervention for student musicians, and to ascertain to what extent effect sizes could differ when adjusting for it.

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5203 Clinical and Health Psychology , 52 Psychology , Mind and Body , Clinical Trials and Supportive Activities , Complementary and Integrative Health , Clinical Research , 3 Good Health and Well Being , 1103 Clinical Sciences , 1608 Sociology , 1701 Psychology , 5201 Applied and developmental psychology , 5203 Clinical and health psychology , 5205 Social and personality psychology
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Mindfulness, ISSN: 1868-8527 (Print); 1868-8535 (Online), Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 1-17. doi: 10.1007/s12671-023-02102-x
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