Self-monitoring and personalized feedback based on the experiencing sampling method as a tool to boost depression treatment: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial (ZELF-i)
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Description: The ZELF-i study is a pragmatic multi-site randomized controlled trial (RCT). Our primary aim is to investigate - in a natural setting - the efficacy of self-monitoring and personalized feedback as an add-on tool in the treatment of depressive complaints. We also investigate the patient-experienced utility of the intervention by a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods. The ZELF-i study not only comprises nomothetic (between-person) aspects, but also has an idiographic (within-person) component: repeated measurements in daily life, which are used to provide participants with personalized feedback.