A Meta-Analysis of Associations Between Log-Based and Self-Reported Digital Media Use

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Description: Digital media use has become a core component of life today. Across fields, researchers have sought to understand the effects, both positive and negative, that this behaviour can enable. Before conclusions can be made about these effects, we must first have confidence in the measures used to produce the data that enable their assessment. While self-report measures are predominantly used to quantify media use, the adoption of passive, data-intensive approaches to measuring media use has afforded researchers the ability to test how self-reported media use aligns with actual use patterns. The purpose of this meta-analysis, therefore, is to develop a deeper understanding of the convergent validity of self-report measures for digital media use.

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This repository contains materials associated with the paper: "Measurement Discrepancies Between Logged and Self-Reported Digital Media Use: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis" A 'live' version of the code and data is available through the Github component The Online Supplementary Materials component contains the original protocol published prior to data collection along with relevant document...

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