- Undergraduate students, India, 2014
- Survey name:
- Unnamed study
- N = 318
- Non Response:
- Questionnaire: paper
- Authors's label
- Our Classification
- Error Estimates
- Cronbach alpha 0.83
- Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS) Brown & Ryan 2003
- M = 3,9, SD = 0,75
- Selfreport on 15 statements:
A: I could be experiencing some emotion and not be conscious of it until some time later.
B: I break or spill things because of carelessness, not paying attention, or thinking of something else.
C: I find it difficult to stay focused on what's happening in the present.
D: I tend to walk quickly to get where I'm going without paying attention to what I experience along the way.
E: I tend not to notice feelings of physical tension or discomfort until they really grab my attention.
F:I forget a person's name almost as soon as I've been told it for the first time.
G: It seems I am "running on automatic," without much awareness of what I'm doing.
H: I rush through activities without being really attentive to them.
J: I get so focused on the goal I want to achieve that I lose touch with what I'm doing right now to get there.
K: I do jobs or tasks automatically, without being aware of what I'm doing.
L: I find myself listening to someone with one ear, doing something else at the same time.
M: I drive places on "automatic pilot" and then wonder why I went there.
N: I find myself preoccupied with the future or the past.
O: I find myself doing things without paying attention
P: I snack without being aware that I'm eating
6 almost always
Observed Relation with Happiness
r with negative affect -.39
Hence positive correlation with Affect Balance
Effect mediated by self-esteem