The PhoneStudy Project

Contributors:
  1. Heinrich Hussmann
  2. Bernd Bischl

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Description: This project serves as the collection of all research, teaching, and development activities, conducted with and around the PhoneStudy Android application. The aim of the PhoneStudy project is the development of smartphone applications, a server infrastructure, and adjacent data-tools for both the efficient collection and analyses of behavioral data in psychology and other sciences.

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  • Personality Traits Predict Smartphone Usage

    Collection of supplemental files for the article.

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  • Validation of Self-Reported Personality with Mobile Application Usage | Registered: 2016-08-17 21:25 UTC


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  • Dissertation - Differential Human Factors in User Data

    Supplemental Files - Dissertation, Clemens Stachl

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  • Empirisch-Psychologisches Seminar WS 2017/18 LMU

    This is the offical OSF Project for the empiric-psychological seminar II in the winter semester 2017/18. Proudly provided by the department of Psychol...

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  • Digital footprints of sensation seeking: a traditional concept in the big data era

    This study investigates the expression of the traditional concept of sensation seeking in the everyday-usage of smartphones. Data used in this study i...

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  • Repository: Predicting Personality from Patterns of Behavior Collected with Smartphones

    This project contains materials, data and code for the study "Predicting Personality from Patterns of Behavior Collected with Smartphones", published ...

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  • Enter the Wild: Autistic Traits and Their Relationship to Mentalizing and Social Interaction in Everyday Life

    Theories derived from lab-based research emphasize the importance of mentalizing for social interaction and propose a link between mentalizing, autist...

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  • To Challenge the Morning Lark and the Night Owl: Using Smartphone Sensing Data to Investigate Day-Night Behavior Patterns

    This osf project includes supplemental materials for the article 'To Challenge the Morning Lark and the Night Owl: Using Mobile Sensing Data to Re-inv...

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  • Repository: Personality Research and Assessment in the Era of Machine Learning

    Project repository for the article of the same name accepted for the special issue on "Behavioral Personality Science in the Age of Big Data" at the E...

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