There is one clinical trial.
This single-blind, randomized, controlled, trial is to assess the efficasy of a brief mindfulness-based "STOP touching your face" training program to reduce or avoid face-touching to low people's chances of catching infectious diseases like COVID-19.
Description: This will be calculated as the total times of face-touching (including the eyes, nose, mouth, ears, cheeks, chin, neck, forehead, hair) during a 60-minute period before the intervention minus the total times of face-touching after the intervention.Measure: Reduction of frequency of face-touching behavior Time: 2 hours
Description: This will be calculated as the percentage of participants touching their faces (including any of the following areas: the eyes, nose, mouth, ears, cheeks, chin, neck, forehead, hair) during a 60-minute period before the intervention minus the percentage of participants touching their faces after the intervention.Measure: Reduction of percentage of participants touching their faces Time: 2 hours
Description: To measure the correlation between the psychological traits of mindfulness (measured by FFMQ) and face-touching behavior. The self-report scale of FFMQ is currently the most frequently used mindfulness questionnaire to measure changes in participant's tendency to be mindful in daily life by the following five related facets: observing(noticing, attending to sensations, perceptions, thoughts, feelings; 8 items), describing (labeling feelings, thoughts with words), acting with awareness (automatic pilot, concentration, non-distraction), non-judging internal experience, and non-reactivity to internal experience. Participants will be asked to what extent each of the statements are true of them. Each item is on a 1 to 5 Likert scale, ranging from 1 (never or very rarely true) to 5 (very often or always true). The factor structure of the short version (FFMQ-15) will be used in this study, which has been consistent with that of the FFMQ-39.Measure: Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ) Time: 2 hours
Description: To measure the differences of face-touching behavior between left-handers and right-handers. EHI is the most widely used 10-item self-report inventory to assess handedness. It is comprised of the following 10 activities: (1) writing, (2) drawing, (3) throwing, (4) using scissors, (5) a toothbrush (6) knife (without fork), (7) spoon, and such activities involving both hands as (8) using a broom (upper hand), (9) striking a match, and (10) unscrewing the lid of a bottle. To complete the EHI, one or two check marks are placed under "left (L)" or "right (R)" columns, indicating strength of preference for each activity. Participants will be asked write "2", "1" or "0" in the appropriate corresponding column. If the preference is very strong that they would never try to use the other hand unless absolutely forced to, then they will mark this column as "2" and the other column as "0". If they are really indifferent, they will mark it as "1" in both columns.Measure: The Edinburgh Handedness Inventory (EHI) Time: 2 hours
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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