There is increasing concern that most people in need of mental health (MH) services and/or substance abuse (SA) treatment are not receiving services. Although this situation seems daunting, smartphone apps can address some of these
When you recall an emotional experience in the past, do you think you remember it exactly as it occurred? Chances are you don’t. And according to a new experience sampling study, your personality, tiredness, and
Standing (desks) only: Using experience sampling to study feasibility and health benefits of standing desks in the workplace
Have you ever used a standing desk? They are becoming increasingly popular, as they are reported to have multiple health benefits. One study helped confirm these benefits in a study using ecological momentary assessment. Researchers from
Ever want to know if there are any people who post about experience sampling on Twitter? Here is a list of a few! If you want to be added to this list, let us know!
It is becoming more and more common to go to YouTube to learn about something. And experience sampling/ecological momentary assessment is no exception. Here is a list of five YouTube videos that explain this methodology. Sit back,
Social stress has to do with being stressed about changing relationships- which happen a lot during adolescence. Researchers wanted to find out about social stress in the daily life of adolescents, so they used the
Four great reasons to use experience sampling/ecological momentary assessment in behavioral health research
In this talk, Jutta Mata highlights major advantages of experience sampling methods in the health behavior field. Interestingly, she begins by implying that the experience sampling is mobile-based, and uses this handy timeline of experience
How do adolescents experience anhedonia in daily life? Little research has been done in the area of anhedonia in daily life, and little research had been done examining depressive symptoms – such as anhedonia –
What are teenagers actually paying attention to when they multitask while watching TV? An ecological momentary assessment study.
What are teenagers actually paying attention to when they do other things, and watch TV? A study used ecological momentary assessment (EMA)- a method that asks questions in the moment- to find out. “Hm? What?”
Everyone gives in to snack food cravings. What influences when we give into them? Researchers used ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to find this out. Specifically, researchers the University of Illinois at Chicago wanted to find