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Handbook of research methods for studying daily life

Author: Matthias R Mehl; Tamlin S Conner
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, 2012.
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"Bringing together leading authorities, this unique handbook reviews the breadth of current approaches for studying how people think, feel, and behave in everyday environments, rather than in the laboratory. The volume thoroughly describes experience sampling methods, diary methods, physiological measures, and other self-report and non-self-report tools that allow for repeated, real-time measurement in natural  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Handbook of research methods for studying daily life.
New York : Guilford Press, 2012
(DLC) 2011019743
(OCoLC)706024013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Matthias R Mehl; Tamlin S Conner
ISBN: 9781609187484 1609187482 9781609187491 1609187490
OCLC Number: 766418052
Description: 1 online resource (xxvii, 676 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Why researchers should think 'real-world': a conceptual rationale / Harry t. Reis --
Why researchers should think 'real-time': a cognitive rationale / Norbert Schwarz --
Why researchers should think 'within-person': a paradigmatic rationale / Ellen L. Hamaker --
Conducting research in daily life: a historical review / Peter Wilhelm, Meinrad Perrez and Kurt Pawlik --
Getting started: launching a study in daily life / Tamlin S. Conner and Barbara J. Lehman --
Measurement reactivity in diary research / William D. Barta, Howard Tennen and Mark D. Litt --
Computerized Sampling of experiences and behavior / Thomas Kubiak and Katharina Krog --
Daily diary methods / Kathleen C. Gunthert and Susan J. Wenze --
Event-contigent recording / D.S. Moskowitz and Gentiana Sadikaj --
Naturalistic observation sampling: the electronically activated recorder (EAR) / Matthias R. Mehl and Megan L. Robbins --
Ambulatory psychoneuroendocrinology: assessing salivary cortisol and other hormones in daily life / Wolf Schilotz --
Bridging the gap between the laboratory and the real world: integrative ambulatory psychophysiology / Frank H. Wilhelm, Paul Grossman and Maren I. Muller --
Ambulatory assessment of movement behavior: methodology, measurement and application / Johannes B.J. Bussmann and Ulrich W. Ebner-Primer --
Passive telemetric monitoring: novel methods for real-world behavioral ssessment / Matthew s. Goodwin --
Power analysis for intensive longitudinal studies / Niall Bolger, Gertraud Stadler and Jean-Philippe Laurenceau --
Psychometrics / Patrick E. Shrout and Sean P. Lane --
A guide for data cleaning in experience sampling studies / Kira O. McCAbe, Lori Mack and William Fleeson --
Techniques for analyzing intensive longitudinal data with missing values / Anne C. Black ofer Harel and Gregory Matthews --
Multilevel modeling analyses of diary-style data / John B. Nezlek --
Structural equation modeling of ambulatory assessment data / Michael Eid, Delphine S. Courvoisier and Tanja Lischetzke --
Analyzing diary and intensive longitudinal data from dyads / Jean-Phillippe Laurenceau and Niall Bolger --
Investigating temporal instability in psychological variables: understanding the real world as time dependent / Ulrich W. Ebner-Priemer and Timothy J. Trull --
Modeling Nonlinear Dynamics in intraindividual variability / Pascal R. Deboeck --
Within-person factor analysis: modeling how the individual fluctuates and changes across time / Annette Brose and Nilam Ram --
Multilevel mediational analysis in the study of daily lives / Noel A. Card --
Emotion research / Adam A. Augustine and Randy J. Larsen --
Close relationships / Shelly L. Gable, Courtney L. Gosnell and Thery Prok --
Personality research / William Fleeson and Erik E. Noftle --
Cross-cultural research / William Tov and Christie Napa Scollon --
Positive psychology / Jaime L. Kurtz and Sonja Lyubomirsky --
Health psychology / Joshua M. Smuth and Kristin E. Heron --
Industrial / Organizational Psychology / Daniel J. Beal --
Clinical psychology / Timothy J. Trull, Ulrich W. Ebner-Priemer, Whitney C. Brown, Rachel L. Tomko and Emly M. Scheiderer --
Psychiatry / Inez Myin-Germeys.
Responsibility: edited by Matthias R. Mehl, Tamlin S. Conner.

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"Bringing together leading authorities, this unique handbook reviews the breadth of current approaches for studying how people think, feel, and behave in everyday environments, rather than in the laboratory. The volume thoroughly describes experience sampling methods, diary methods, physiological measures, and other self-report and non-self-report tools that allow for repeated, real-time measurement in natural settings. Practical guidance is provided to help the reader design a high-quality study, select and implement appropriate methods, and analyze the resulting data using cutting-edge statistical techniques. Applications across a wide range of psychological subfields and research areas are discussed in detail."--Provided by publisher.

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