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Mario Wenzel & Thomas Kubiak

In: The SAGE Handbook of Personality and Individual Differences: Volume I: The Science of Personality and Individual Differences

Chapter 14: Ambulatory Monitoring and Ambulatory Assessment in Personality Research

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Ambulatory Monitoring and Ambulatory Assessment in Personality Research
Ambulatory Monitoring and Ambulatory Assessment in Personality Research
Mario Wenzel Thomas Kubiak

Ambulatory monitoring pertains to the assessment of variables and processes as they unfold in the daily life of individuals, in a continuous or high-frequency repeated measurements fashion (Kubiak and Stone, 2012). This assessment approach leads to intensive longitudinal data that enable researchers to gain novel insights into the within-individual dynamics and processes and between-individual differences in this regard, rendering ambulatory monitoring an important approach for the study of personality and individual differences.

In the 1990s, the term Ambulatory Assessment (AA) was introduced as a broad umbrella concept encompassing a range of real-life methodologies for the assessment of processes ...

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