Mindfulness and health behaviors: is paying attention good for you?

  title={Mindfulness and health behaviors: is paying attention good for you?},
  author={Kimberly Roberts and Sharon Danoff-Burg},
  journal={Journal of American college health : J of ACH},
  volume={59 3},
OBJECTIVE the investigators examined relations between mindfulness and health behaviors in college students, as well as the role of stress in mediating these effects. PARTICIPANTS participants were 553 undergraduates (385 females; mean age = 18.8 years, SD = 2.1) recruited from a university in the northeastern United States. METHODS participants completed questionnaires assessing mindfulness, perceived health, health behaviors, health-related activity restriction, and stress. Data were… CONTINUE READING
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