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The Japanese Journal of Health Psychology
A new scale for measuring components of mindfulness was developed and its reliability and validity were evaluated. Undergraduate and graduate students (N 478) participated by responding to a 72-item pilot scale. eir responses were psychometrically evaluated by conducting exploratory and con rmatory factor analyses. e resulting 31-item measure was named the Six Factors Mindfulness Scale (SFMS), which included the following subscales: Nonduality, Describing, Acceptance and Nonreactivity,doi:10.11560/jahp.28.2_55 fatcat:livu5eebjvhmtkyqw2ofgkpjp4