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The current study aims to identify the level of mindfulness among students in post-basic education in Muscat governorate and to examine the differences in the level of mindfulness according to the study‘s variables. The sample consists of 600 male and female students. The Kentucky Inventory of Mindfulness skills (KIMS) was used. Means, standard deviations, T-test and One Way Anova were used to analyze data. The results showed that were no statistically significant differences in the total of mindfulness among the sample population is attributed to the different variables of gender, age, grade and school performance.


Mindfulness students of post basic education.

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