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Guided Meditation and Stress-Induced Eating

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Guided Meditation and Stress-Induced Eating

The aim of this study is to test the effects of a digital meditation intervention in a sample of UCLA employees who report mild to moderate stress. We will randomize University of California Los Angeles employees to either 8-weeks of a digital meditation intervention (using the commercially available application Headspace) or a waitlist control condition.

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Behavioral - Meditation

Ten minutes of meditation per day for 8 weeks using a mobile application

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The Impact of 8 Weeks of a Digital Meditation Application on Stress-Induced Eating

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NCT03707197

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