A procedure for evaluating sensitivity to within-person change: can mood measures in diary studies detect change reliably?

@article{Cranford2006APF,
  title={A procedure for evaluating sensitivity to within-person change: can mood measures in diary studies detect change reliably?},
  author={James A Cranford and Patrick E Shrout and Masumi Iida and Eshkol Rafaeli and Tiffany Yip and Niall Bolger},
  journal={Personality & social psychology bulletin},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 7},
  pages={917-29}
}
The recent growth in diary and experience sampling research has increased research attention on how people change over time in natural settings. Often however, the measures in these studies were originally developed for studying between-person differences, and their sensitivity to within-person changes is usually unknown. Using a Generalizability Theory framework, the authors illustrate a procedure for developing reliable measures of change using a version of the Profile of Mood States (POMS… CONTINUE READING
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