Jeffrey C. Jones
University of North Carolina at Asheville
GermlinePositive psychologyMental healthGenomePsychologyRandomized controlled trialPsychological interventionWell-beingMindfulnessHigh rateNovel geneClinical psychologyComputational biologyThematic analysisBiologyCRISPR
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#1Jeffrey C. Jones (UNCA: University of North Carolina at Asheville)H-Index: 1
#2Gennie M. Bassett (UNCA: University of North Carolina at Asheville)
Last. Jason R. Wingert (UNCA: University of North Carolina at Asheville)H-Index: 8
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CRISPR technologies are among the most powerful advancements in modern biology because they accurately manipulate the genomes of living cells and have the potential of curing various genetic diseas...
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#1Jason R. Wingert (UNCA: University of North Carolina at Asheville)H-Index: 8
#2Jeffrey C. Jones (UNCA: University of North Carolina at Asheville)H-Index: 1
Last. Heather M. Wingert (Warren Wilson College)H-Index: 1
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: Objective: With high rates of mental health concerns on college campuses, effective positive psychology interventions could greatly improve student well-being and academic outcomes. Participants: Working undergraduates (N = 52). Methods: This preliminary, randomized controlled trial investigated the effects of the 8-week Mindfulness-based strengths practice (MBSP) on Seligman's five domains of well-being, as measured by the PERMA-Profiler, Workplace PERMA-Profiler, and student retention in wor...
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