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Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! IV: Mealtime Rules, Meaning, Reflections on Technology, and Conclusion

Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! IV: Mealtime Rules, Meaning, Reflections on Technology, and Conclusion

Communication is key to family dynamics, and dinnertime promotes a safe environment where a secure attachment can be experienced. The present study finds that mealtimes increase attachment, and suggest an association between better family relationship and no technology during dinner.

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Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! III: Closer Relationships, Attachment, and Busy Lifestyles

Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! III: Closer Relationships, Attachment, and Busy Lifestyles

Communication is key to family dynamics, and dinnertime promotes a safe environment where a secure attachment can be experienced. The present study finds that mealtimes increase attachment, and suggest an association between better family relationship and no technology during dinner.

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Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! II: Reasons and Benefits for not allowing technology during mealtimes

Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! II: Reasons and Benefits for not allowing technology during mealtimes

Communication is key to family dynamics, and dinnertime promotes a safe environment where a secure attachment can be experienced. The present study finds that mealtimes increase attachment, and suggest an association between better family relationship and no technology during dinner.

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Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! I: Introduction, Lit Review, and Methodology

Technology During Dinnertime? Mother Says NO! I: Introduction, Lit Review, and Methodology

Communication is key to family dynamics, and dinnertime promotes a safe environment where a secure attachment can be experienced. The present study finds that mealtimes increase attachment, and suggest an association between better family relationship and no technology during dinner.

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology IV: Study Proposal, Discussion and Conclusion

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology IV: Study Proposal, Discussion and Conclusion

by Stefanie Gobin, MPsy This series was originally completed as a Major Research Project in partial fulfillment of Adler Graduate …

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology III: Efficacy of Mindfulness

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology III: Efficacy of Mindfulness

This research in this review demonstrated that mindfulness-based research has tended to focus on individuals who are in remission from depression and thus its usage has mainly been researched for preventing relapse in depressive symptoms. Hence, a study was proposed to examine the efficacy of using mindfulness-based interventions on individuals experiencing current episodes of depression.

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology II: Mindfulness in Psychology and its Efficacy

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology II: Mindfulness in Psychology and its Efficacy

This research in this review demonstrated that mindfulness-based research has tended to focus on individuals who are in remission from depression and thus its usage has mainly been researched for preventing relapse in depressive symptoms. Hence, a study was proposed to examine the efficacy of using mindfulness-based interventions on individuals experiencing current episodes of depression.

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Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology I: Introduction, Background and Critical Analysis

Mindfulness-Based Interventions to Depressive Symptomatology I: Introduction, Background and Critical Analysis

This research in this review demonstrated that mindfulness-based research has tended to focus on individuals who are in remission from depression and thus its usage has mainly been researched for preventing relapse in depressive symptoms. Hence, a study was proposed to examine the efficacy of using mindfulness-based interventions on individuals experiencing current episodes of depression.

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Experiences with Counselling for Individuals Within the South Asian Community I: Rationale and Literature

Experiences with Counselling for Individuals Within the South Asian Community I: Rationale and Literature

The purpose of this research was to utilize the lived experiences of SA individuals to understand what change(s) allowed them to seek and participate in counselling, and in turn to alter the conversation about the use of mental health services by those of the SA community.

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Experiences with Counselling for Individuals Within the South Asian Community II: Methodology, Stories and Analysis

Experiences with Counselling for Individuals Within the South Asian Community II: Methodology, Stories and Analysis

by Alisha Mann, MPsy This series was originally completed as a Major Research Project in partial fulfillment of Adler Graduate …

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