The Experience Sampling Method (ESM) Item Repository

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Description: This project will build a repository of items used in experience sampling method (ESM), ecological momentary assessment (EMA) and ambulatory assessment (AA) studies. The idea for this repository arose out of discussions during the Open Science hackathon at the 2018 Belgian-Dutch ESM Network Meeting. In order to contribute items to the repository, you will need to download all five documents in the Contributors' Pack. When you have downloaded the ESM Item Repository submission template (spreadsheet) document, you can enter your items into it and then send it back to us via email (martine.vannierop [at] kuleuven.be). We will then collate all the submitted items into a repository and publish them here.

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Our aim is to support the further development, transparency and reproducibility of ESM research by creating an open repository of existing ESM items. Contributing items to the repository means that we can all more easily find, use and cite these items. Going forward, we also aim to psychometrically validate items within the repository. In order to achieve this, we need your help in collecting as ...

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  • ESM Item Repository: Contributors' pack

    This pack contains all the information and forms needed to contribute items to the ESM Item Repository.

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