Statistical methods for analysing ecological momentary assessment data in psychopathology
To characterize the dynamics of psychological processes, ecological momentary assessment is a novel technique to gather repeated measurements of certain properties or states within the same person and across persons. may be used. Such data have higher ecological validity than retrospective data, especially in the case of psychopathology data. To analyse such data, novel statistical techniques are required. In this project, such techniques will be developed and performance of existing techniques will be evaluated.
Researchers and partners
- Tanja Krone, Casper Albers and Marieke Timmerman (2016). Bayesian dynamic modelling to assess differential treatment effects on panic attack frequencies. Statistical Modelling.
- Tanja Krone, Casper Albers, Marieke Timmerman (2016). Comparison of Estimation Procedures for Multilevel AR(1) Models. Frontiers in Psychology
Successful grant proposals and other achievements
- NWO Research Talent Grant 406-11-018
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