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The development of a mindfulness-based mobile application to learn emotional self-regulation

  title={The development of a mindfulness-based mobile application to learn emotional self-regulation},
  author={Federico Diano and Fabrizio Massimo Ferrara and Raffaele Calabretta},
  booktitle={Symposium on Psychology-Based Technologies},
The growing interest for mindfulness practices and the development of mobile applications market have ran together during the last decade, resulting in a large number of mindfulness-based applications, emotional help assistants, mood trackers and self-care/self-help mobile applications that have spread on the app stores. If the validity of mindfulness practices has been proved repeatedly in the last decades, there is also an emerging literature about mental health mobile applications’ efficacy… 

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