Four unique uses for ecological momentary assessment: Summary of Shiffman, Stone, and Hufford, 2008.

Ecological momentary assessment (EMA, or experience sampling) is a method that has unique advantages., compared to traditional methods using surveys and/or observing people in the laboratory. In the influential paper named on the subject, Saul Shiffman, Arthur Stone, and Michael Hufford discuss categories of ways EMA can be used. These categories include enabling a researcher …

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