Publications

Retrospective and concurrent self-reports: The rationale for real-time data capture

Historical roots and rationale of ecological momentary assessment (EMA) / Arthur A. Stone … [et al.] — Retrospective and concurrent self-reports : the rationale for real-time data capture / Norbert Schwarz — Designing protocols for ecological momentary assessment / Saul Shiffman — Special methodological challenges and opportunities in ecological momentary assessment / Michael R. Hufford — The analysis of real-time momentary data : a practical guide / Joseph E. Schwartz and Arthur A. Stone — Real-time data capture and adolescent cigarette smoking : moods and smoking / Robin Mermelstein … [et al.] –; Ecological momentary assessment of physical activity in Hispanics/Latinos using pedometers and diaries / Elva M. Arredondo … [et al.] — Dietary assessment and monitoring in real-time / Karen Glanz and Suzanne Murphy — Real-time data capture : ecological momentary assessment of behavioral symptoms associated with eating disorders / Karen Farchaus Stein and Pamela E. Paulson — Ecological momentary assessment for alcohol consumption / R. Lorraine Collins and Mark Muraven — Assessing the impact of fibromyalgia syndrome in real-time / Dennis C. Turk, Tasha Burwinkle, and Melonie Showlund — Evaluating fatigue of ovarian cancer patients using ecological momentary assessment / Karen Basen-Engquist, Carl De Moor –; Personality, mood states, and daily health / Randy J. Larsen — Ecological momentary assessment as a resource for social epidemiology / Thomas W. Kamarck … [et al.] — Momentary health interventions : where are we and where are we going? / Brian L. Carter … [et al.] — Technological innovations enabling automatic, context-sensitive ecological momentary assessment / Stephen S. Intille — Statistical issues in intensive longitudinal data analysis / Theodore A. Walls, Bettina B. Höppner, Matthew S. Goodwin — Thoughts on the present state of real-time data capture / Arthur A. Stone.