This course is designed to give participants a complete overview of all aspects related to the use of the Experience Sampling Method in psychopathology: background, techniques, questionnaires, statistics and implementation of studies.
The study of persons in the context of normal daily life may provide a powerful and necessary addition to more conventional and cross-sectional research strategies in psychopathology. The Experience Sampling Method (ESM), also known as Ecological Momentary Assessments (EMA), is a mobile assessment approach designed to measure thoughts, mood, symptoms, and contextual information in the flow of daily life.
ESM allows you to capture the film rather than a snapshot of daily life reality of patients or research subjects. ESM has been proven to be feasible in patients with a wide range of psychopathology, including schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder, eating disorder, and personality disorders. The availability of mobile technology like the PsyMateTM allows easy implementation of (statistical methods for analyzing) ESM data in your practice.
This course aims to give you a full overview of all aspects related to the use of the Experience Sampling Method: background, techniques, questionnaires, statistics, and implementation in your study.
For more info and registration please contact Nele Volbragt.
The next online course is scheduled for the 8th May until the 12th of May 2023 on the following timeframes.
8th of May: 9hrs – 13.15hrs
9th of May: 9hrs – 13hrs
11th of May: 9hrs – 13.15hrs
12th of May: 9hrs – 12hrs