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<p><strong>Explanation for Addition of 6-month Follow-up</strong></p> <p>Initial analyses revealed that people in the mindfulness condition were more likely to continue drinking their coffee sugar-free at one-month follow-up compared to subjects in control and sugar-reduction conditions. We received approval from IRB to conduct a 6-month follow-up to examine whether these changes persist. Subjects will receive an email at 3 PM six months after having competed the intervention period. Non-responders will receive a reminder email 1-week later after which they will no longer be contacted. Emails will contain a link to a brief questionnaire that is nearly identical to the survey administered at one-month follow-up. A slight wording change was made to one question to accommodate the change in follow-up period (see below, differences are in italics). All other questions are identical. </p> <p><strong>1-month follow-up:</strong> “<em>Since finishing the study,</em> how often over <em>this</em> last month did you drink your coffee without any sugar?”</p> <p><strong>6-month follow-up:</strong> “How often over <em>the</em> last month did you drink your coffee without any sugar?”</p>
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