randomized to the wait-list control condition and the relaxation group.
– Hypothesis 2 (H2): Participants randomized to the mindfulness condition would report greater reduction in CIU at post-program than those randomized to
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, etc. Therefore, allocation to MAT or a waiting-list control group occurred first by assigning all participants reporting availability issues to the waiting-list control group, and then subsequently visually inspecting demographic data to match MAT and
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family therapy rather than comparing family therapy with a waitinglist control group. Trials with waitinglist control conditions may overestimate treatment effects. Apparently, by telling people to wait for treatment, they lose momentum; they do not
Authors:Beáta Bőthe, Christian Baumgartner, Michael P. Schaub, Zsolt Demetrovics, and Gábor Orosz
efficacy of the (1) intervention condition with the (2) wait-list control condition. Participants assigned to the control condition will access the intervention materials three months after completing the baseline questionnaire set. Participants will be
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, Lavarenne, & Lecomte, 2014 ).
The control group also received psychological attention, because the use of the waitinglist was considered unethical according to the following considerations: (a) the participants were
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psychological treatment (without restrictions around mode of delivery, setting, or duration of treatment); (b) used a randomized or quasi-randomized controlled study design, such as wait-list (WL) controls, participants not receiving treatment, assessment only