Self Report

Web-Based and Mobile Stress Management Intervention for Employees: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Publication Date: 
Jan 28, 2016

BACKGROUND: Work-related stress is highly prevalent among employees and is associated with adverse mental health consequences. Web-based interventions offer the opportunity to deliver effective solutions on a large scale; however, the evidence is limited and the results conflicting.

The temporal course and clinical correlates of subjective impulsivity in bipolar disorder as revealed through ecological momentary assessment.

Publication Date: 
Feb 06, 2016

BACKGROUND: Impulsivity is frequently linked with bipolar disorder and is associated with mania and negative outcomes. The temporal dynamics of subjective impulsivity are unclear, in particular whether impulsivity precedes or follows changes in positive or negative affect.

Beyond Self-Report: Tools to Compare Estimated and Real-World Smartphone Use.

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Publication Date: 
Oct 29, 2015

Psychologists typically rely on self-report data when quantifying mobile phone usage, despite little evidence of its validity. In this paper we explore the accuracy of using self-reported estimates when compared with actual smartphone use.

MeSH Terms: 
Adolescent | 
Adult | 
Female | 
Humans | 
Male | 
Smartphone | 

iMStrong: Deployment of a Biosensor System to Detect Cocaine Use.

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Publication Date: 
Oct 22, 2015

Biosensor systems are increasingly promoted for use in behavioral interventions. Portable biosensors might offer advancement over self-report use and can provide improved opportunity for detection and intervention in patients undergoing drug treatment programs.

Validating self-reported mobile phone use in adults using a newly developed smartphone application.

Publication Date: 
Oct 16, 2015

OBJECTIVE: Interpretation of epidemiological studies on health effects from mobile phone use is hindered by uncertainties in the exposure assessment. We used a newly developed smartphone application (app) to validate self-reported mobile phone use and behaviour among adults.