Bangor MSc

Experiences on the Bangor MSc in Mindfulness Based techniques.

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Find attached my fourth and final assignment for the Bangor Mindfulness course. This one is for the Research module. It is supposed to be a description of a research project that you intend to do later in the course in a form close to what would be suitable for submission to the ethics panel. Research_Assign_Two_blog_version.pdf…

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