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Sabrina finds a strong, negative correlation between hours spent meditating and reported stress levels. Her findings indicate that

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Sabrina finds a strong, negative correlation between hours spent meditating and reported stress levels. Her findings indicate that

(A) if a person meditates daily, she or he will not experience any stress.
(B) people who meditate a lot tend to have higher stress levels.
(C) meditation lowers stress levels in humans.
(D) people with low stress levels meditate more than people with high stress levels.
(E) the failure to meditate is a major cause of stress in humans.

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(D) people with low stress levels meditate more than people with high stress levels.

 
Posted : 29/11/2023 9:38 am
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