Carlozzi, Noelle E, Stephen Schilling, Jenna Freedman, Claire Z. Kalpakjian, Anna L. Kratz
Quality of Life Research, 2018 Aug 2, pp 1–10.
2018-08-02
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-018-1952-y
The findings of this study indicate the minimum of number of EOD and EMA assessments needed to achieve different levels of reliability (“adequate” > 0.70, “good” > 0.80 and excellent > 0.90). In addition, the time of day (either morning, midday or evening) did not impact the estimated reliability for the EMA assessments.