Papers on the topic of Environmental Momentary Assessment (EMA)
The publications listed below are authored by the makers of Cozie. The list below might serve as a good starting point for starting your reading about (micro) Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA, μEMA).
Ecological Momentary Assessment
Shiffman, S., Stone, A. A., & Hufford, M. R.
(2007) Annual Review of Clinical Psychology.
A smartwatch-based framework for real-time and online assessment and mobility monitoring
Kheirkhahan, M., Nair, S., Davoudi, A., Rashidi, P., Wanigatunga, A. A., Corbett, D. B., Mendoza, T., Manini, T. M. & Ranka, S.
(2019) Journal of biomedical informatics, 89, 29-40.
Contextual Biases in Microinteraction Ecological Momentary Assessment (μEMA) Non-response
Ponnada, A., Li, J., Wang, S., Wang, W. L., Do, B., Dunton, G. F., & Intille, S. S.
(2022) Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies, 6(1), 1-24.
Ecological momentary assessment: what it is and why it is a method of the future in clinical psychopharmacology
Moskowitz, D. S., & Young, S. N.
(2006) Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, 31(1), 13-20.
Ecological momentary assessment (EMA) in behavorial medicine
Stone, A. A., & Shiffman, S.
(1994) Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 16(3), 199–202.
Assessment of perceived indoor environmental quality, stress and productivity based on environmental sensor data and personality categorization
Kallio, J., Vildjiounaite, E., Koivusaari, J., Räsänen, P., Similä, H., Kyllönen, V., Muuraiskangasa S., Ronkainena, J., Rehua, J. & Vehmas, K.
(2020) Building and Environment, 175, 106787.
Understanding the office: Using ecological momentary assessment to measure activities, posture, social interactions, mood, and work performance at the workplace.
Engelen, L., & Held, F.
(2019) Buildings, 9(2), 54.
The Science of Real-Time Data Capture: Self-Reports in Health Research
Stone, A., Shiffman, S., Atienza, A., & Nebeling, L.
(2007) Oxford University Press.
Lies, damned lies, and survey self-reports? Identity as a cause of measurement bias
Brenner, P. S., & DeLamater, J.
(2016) Social psychology quarterly, 79(4), 333-354.