Mindfulness at Work and Its Relationship to Contextual Performance and Well-Being

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RAUCH, Tina, 2011. Mindfulness at Work and Its Relationship to Contextual Performance and Well-Being

@mastersthesis{Rauch2011Mindf-17610, title={Mindfulness at Work and Its Relationship to Contextual Performance and Well-Being}, year={2011}, author={Rauch, Tina}, note={This is an abridged version of my bachelor thesis “Mindfulness at Work and Its Relationship to Contextual Performance and Well-Being”. It contains the following sections:
- Acknowledgements
- Abstract
- Contents
- Introduction
- Model of Hypotheses
- Discussion
- References
} }

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