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These are the slides for a workshop titled "An Introduction to Experience Sampling Methods" given through Zoom for the University of Melbourne Ethics and Well-being Hub and Graduate Researchers in Psychological Sciences. [A video of the workshop is available here][1]. This workshop was intended to provide introductory methodological knowledge that a participant can begin designing their own experience sampling study. The slides include hyperlinks to all the cited sources. Material covered includes: - What are Experience Sampling Methods (ESM)? - Advantages of ESM - What can go wrong - Types of designs - When ESM is appropriate - Research questions - Study design - Study logistics - Data analysis (briefly, mostly with reference to other sources) - A list of useful stats and methods resources If you have suggestions for how to improve or update these slides, please let me know! [1]: