Monthly Archives: March 2022

Profiles of mindfulness in cancer patients and associations with psychological outcomes and coping strategies: A person-centered approach

CONCLUSION: This study confirms the existence of distinct mindfulness profiles in cancer patients and suggest that patients high in mindfulness are the most adaptive. Continue reading

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White Paper: Open Digital Health – accelerating transparent and scalable health promotion and treatment

In this White Paper, we outline recommendations from the perspective of health psychology and behavioural science, addressing three research gaps: (1) What methods in the health psychology research toolkit can be best used for developing and evaluating digital health tools? (2) What are the most feasible strategies to reuse digital health tools across populations and settings? (3) What are the main advantages and challenges of sharing (openly publishing) data, code, intervention content and… Continue reading

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