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Works citing "Efficacy and Moderation of Mobile App–Based Programs for Mindfulness-Based Training, Self-Compassion Training, and Cognitive Behavioral Psychoeducation on Mental Health: Randomized Controlled Noninferiority Trial"
Winnie WS Mak, Alan CY Tong, Sindy YC Yip, Wacy WS Lui, Floria HN Chio, Amy TY Chan, Celia CY Wong
(note that this is only a small subset of citations)
Sun S, Pickover AM, Goldberg SB, Bhimji J, Nguyen JK, Evans AE, Patterson B, Kaslow NJ. For Whom Does Cognitively Based Compassion Training (CBCT) Work? An Analysis of Predictors and Moderators among African American Suicide Attempters. Mindfulness 2019;CrossRef