Mindful attention awareness scale

Mindful attention awareness scale scoring guidelines

For each of the 15 items, participants rate their answers on a six-point Likert scale ranging from 1 (almost always) to 6 (almost never).

The items on the scale consist of an individual’s day-to-day experiences, so those who complete this scale should answer the items according to what actually reflects their daily experiences rather than what they believe their experience should be.

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