Momentary assessment technology as a tool to help patients with depression help themselves.

  title={Momentary assessment technology as a tool to help patients with depression help themselves.},
  author={Marieke C Wichers and Claudia J P Simons and Ijsbrand M Kramer and Jessica A. Hartmann and Claudia Lothmann and Inez Myin-Germeys and Alex L. van Bemmel and Frenk Peeters and Philippe Delespaul and Jim van Os},
  journal={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  volume={124 4},
OBJECTIVE Given high relapse rates and residual symptoms in depression, new strategies to increase treatment effectiveness are required. A promising avenue is to investigate how electronic momentary assessment technology may contribute to clinical assessment and interventions in depression. METHOD A literature search was conducted focusing on the potential contribution of momentary assessments to clinical applications in depression. RESULTS Momentary assessments are able to reveal subtle… CONTINUE READING
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