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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Sawitri Assanangkornchai, Edward B. McNeil, Nopporn Tantirangsee, Phunnapa Kittirattanapaiboon, and Thai National Mental Health Survey Team

weights calculated from the multistage sampling study design. Post-stratification calibration was used to adjust the sampling weights based on the non-response and the age and sex distribution of the Thai population. Ethics

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, due to unsolvable eye-tracking calibration issues. Of the remaining 59 participants (47 males; age range = 19–65 years, M  = 39.70, SD  = 10.20), 12 were classified as non-problem gamblers, 10 as low-risk gamblers, 18 as moderate-risk gamblers, and 9

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calibration . Judgment and Decision Making, 8 ( 3 ), 188 – 201 . Hemphill , J. F. ( 2003 ). Interpreting the magnitudes of correlation coefficients . American Psychologist

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. At the beginning of the testing procedure, eye tracker calibration was conducted. The participants then completed the Dot-Probe Task and were explicitly instructed to try to stay as still as possible throughout the experiment, to fixate on the cross

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embedded in our intervention. We also determined whether changes in reward valuation predicted the extent of changes in eating behavioral outcomes. Based on the notion that mindfulness may influence habitual behaviors by inducing the re-calibration of

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notion that mindfulness may influence habitual behaviors by inducing the re-calibration of reward values due to the allocation of attention to the behavior's consequences ( Brewer et al., 2018 ), we hypothesized that reward values and eating behaviors

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