Emotional Intelligence Training and Development
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Christopher, M. S., Goerling, R. J., Rogers, B. S., Hunsinger, M., Baron, G., Bergman, A. L., & Zava, D. T. (2015). A pilot study evaluating the effectiveness of a mindfulness-based intervention on cortisol awakening response and health outcomes among law enforcement officers. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology Jan(Pagination), No Pagination Specified. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11896-015-9161-x

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