Effects of Mindful Awareness Practices on Executive Functions in Elementary School Children

@inproceedings{Flook2010EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of Mindful Awareness Practices on Executive Functions in Elementary School Children},
  author={Lisa Flook and Susan L. Smalley and Brian M Galla and Jill Locke and Eric Ishijima and Connie Kasari},
  year={2010}
}
A school-based program of mindful awareness practices (MAPs) was evaluated in a randomized control study of 64 secondand third-grade children ages 7–9 years. The program was delivered for 30 minutes, twice per week, for 8 weeks. Teachers and parents completed questionnaires assessing children’s executive function immediately before and following the 8-week period. Multivariate analysis of covariance on teacher and parent reports of executive function (EF) indicated an interaction effect between 
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