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Offline Jeff Cranmore said 13 months ago I would agree with Dr.
Ellis that a qualitative study might gather data that might be useful. I would also wonder if there might be a limitation in the way the mindfulness interventions were delivered.
If I read correctly, some of these were delivered in the weekly announcements. Do we know if each student read through the complete announcements to get the full value of the intervention?
Even if the students did participate in weekly discussions on mindfulness, they may or may not have completed the full intervention. I appreciate the opportunity to read the paper, and believe it can be used to add to existing literature. However, there may be some additions that could be expanded upon moving forward.
Best of luck in future publications. Cranmore Offline Ron Steadman said 12 months ago Thank you for sharing your research on the correlation between mindfulness intervention and self-efficacy in doctoral students.
I appreciate the concise nature of your presentation, and the explanations of the limitations associated with the use of a Likert scale with formulated questions, rather than formulated student responses; and, the limitations of the size and residency of the test subjects when attempting to generalize the results to other populations.
One wording miscue stuck out as a read the article: Page 11, Paragraph 2, contains the following, ". I was reminded of Jesus' words in Matthew 6: Each day has enough trouble of its own" NIVas I read the explanation of the benefits associated with mindfulness intervention.
I mention this because I think of two things that would enhance you study: Again, I thank you for sharing your research and for the concise presentation!
Have a blessed day, Offline Joan Chambers said 12 months ago Focus of the manuscript: A quantitative correlational study requires a much larger sample with results that would be generalizable to the general population of doctoral students.
While the results are illuminating and have limitations; for a correlational study, valid and reliable results are needed, which should be sustained with a large sample size of students. However, in the Methods section, the authors indicate that the "The purpose of this quantitative correlational study was to determine if the relationship between mindfulness interventions and student self-efficacy in an online doctoral program.
The way the sentence in the Methods section reads now feels incomplete. My suggestion is to reword the sentence. Very Respectfully, Would you like to comment? You must be a member. Sign In if you are already a member.The paper studies how to adapt the online stochastic framework and the consensus and regret algorithms proposed earlier to online stochastic reservation systems.
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