Tim Steenbergh

Expression of Virtues and Flourishing with Experience Sampling

The Ebb and Flow of Virtue Expression and Flourishing

Experience sampling (or EMA) enables a more three-dimensional, life-like picture of the relationship between virtue and flourishing. Over the past several years a number of “virtues” have been positively related to a flourishing life—or, that is, to a deeply fulfilling, well-lived life of health and growth, physical and psychological. This connection shouldn’t be surprising given …

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Conference for the Society for Ambulatory Assessment Highlights

Tim Steenbergh recently attended the Conference for the Society for Ambulatory Assessment at Penn State University. Here are his highlights from this exciting event. Every other year, a group of experts on mobile assessment and intervention get together to talk about the latest developments in the field at the Conference for the Society for Ambulatory …

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APS 2015 HIGHLIGHT: DR CONNER’S ESM/EMA WORKSHOP [PART 2]

This is Part 2 of a two-blog post. Final take-aways from Dr. Conner’s Experience Sampling are discussed. Last month, I attended the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences in New York City. One of the conference highlights was a workshop by Dr. Tamlin Conner of the University of Otago in New Zealand. During the two-hour …

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APS 2015 Highlight: Dr Conner’s ESM/EMA Workshop [PART 1]

Last month, I attended the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Sciences in New York City. One of the conference highlights was a workshop by Dr. Tamlin Conner of the University of Otago in New Zealand. During the two-hour session, Dr. Conner offered a great overview of Experience Sampling Method—what we refer to as …

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