Leendertsea, Pien; InezMyin-Germeys, TinekeLataster, Claudia J.P.Simons, MargreetOorschot, MariëlleLardinois, MaudeSchneider, Jimvan Os, Ulrich Reininghausce
Psychiatry Research
Volume 261, March 2018, Pages 116-123 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2017.11.074

In this EMA study, researchers interested in psychosis searched for evidence regarding associations between subjective quality of life and real world functioning. Results found that the momentary quality of life is more accurate with the patient’s real life experiences. Although subjective quality of life has strong affect, momentary quality of life provides negative affect strongly in patients.