Recently some more publications have been accepted or have been published online that present some further results from our joint project on Psychogeography together with our partners from ZI Mannheim and KIT:
In particular the following overview paper about the project is now available as free pdf online:
Reichert, M., Törnros, T., Hoell, A., Dorn, H., Tost, H., Salize, H.-J., Meyer-Lindenberg, A., Zipf, A., & Ebner-Priemer, U. W. (2016). Using Ambulatory Assessment for experience sampling and the mapping of environmental risk factors in everyday life. Die Psychiatrie. 2/2016. 94-102. (pdf)
Two further papers on specific investigations within the project have been accepeted and will be available online as open access soon. Stay tuned for the details.
Reichert, M., Tost, H., Reinhard, I., Zipf, A., Salize, H., Meyer-Lindenberg, A. and Ebner-Priemer, U.W. (2016 ): Within-subject associations between mood dimensions and non-exercise activity: an ambulatory assessment approach using repeated real-time and objective data. Frontiers in Psychology. 7:918. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00918 (full text online soon)
Törnros, T., Dorn, H., Reichert, M., Ebner-Priemer, U., Salize, H.-J., Tost, H., Meyer-Lindenberg, A., Zipf, A. (2016 accepted): A comparison of temporal and location-based sampling strategies for GPS-triggered electronic diaries. Geospatial Health. Pavia.