Compliance in experience sampling methodology:the role of demographic and clinical characteristics

Hartley, Samantha and Varese, Filippo and Vasconcelos e Sa, Debora and Udachina, Alisa and Barrowclough, Christine and Bentall, Richard P. and Lewis, Shon W. and Dunn, Graham and Haddock, Gillian and Palmier-Claus, Jasper (2014) Compliance in experience sampling methodology:the role of demographic and clinical characteristics. Psychosis, 6 (1). pp. 70-73. ISSN 1752-2439

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Abstract

Objective: Experience sampling (ES) involves participants rating ambulant phenomena at unpredictable intervals. Despite its perceived benefits, there is little published research evaluating the limitations of this method. Method: Predictors of compliance were investigated across three studies using ES in psychotic populations. Results: Regression analyses indicated that none of the demographic or clinical variables significantly (p .05) predicted the number of valid reports or compliance as defined by traditionally used cut-off points ( 33%). Conclusions: We conclude that it is difficult to predict compliance in ES research, which is likely to be an accessible methodology, even for people experiencing distressing symptoms.

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Journal Article
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Psychosis
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71513
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Deposited On:
29 Oct 2014 16:18
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Yes
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Published
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