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Table 1 Reliability and scale descriptives of the mindfulness measures

From: Revisiting the five-facet structure of mindfulness

 MSDαα lowα highωω lowω highGLBH
CAMS-R attention2.200.62.731.679.775.731.671.772.726.735
CAMS-R present focus2.480.57.491.396.573.509.385.595.518.528
CAMS-R awareness2.390.62.581.504.656.590.506.655.595.611
CAMS-R acceptance2.650.67.605.517.666.606.529.664.603.614
Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory2.550.47.823.796.848.826.794.849.856.853
Langer Mindfulness Scale engagement4.970.97.598.514.672.605.518.668.616.626
Langer Mindfulness Scale novelty producing4.300.93.653.591.709.689.637.736.742.790
Langer Mindfulness Scale novelty seeking5.330.92.761.713.801.761.715.799.786.781
MAAS3.460.73.837.810.862.839.811.863.839.865
Philadelphia Mindfulness Scale awareness3.520.62.811.779.839.812.777.839.865.830
Philadelphia Mindfulness Scale acceptance3.470.78.876.855.895.876.852.894.891.886
Southampton Mindfulness Questionnaire3.790.84.865.844.885.867.843.886.902.878
Kentucky Mindfulness Inventory observing3.240.62.810.779.838.810.777.839.832.814
Kentucky Mindfulness Inventory describing3.050.77.870.847.888.875.854.894.882.895
Kentucky Mindfulness Inventory acting with awareness2.710.49.657.600.710.645.572.705.758.787
Kentucky Mindfulness Inventory non-judging2.860.77.863.840.884.869.843.887.908.892
  1. Notes: α and ω are reported with 95% bias corrected confidence intervals
  2. GLB greatest lower bound, H coefficient H