Temporal Dynamics of Health and Well-Being: A Crowdsourcing Approach to Momentary Assessments and Automated Generation of Personalized Feedback

  title={Temporal Dynamics of Health and Well-Being: A Crowdsourcing Approach to Momentary Assessments and Automated Generation of Personalized Feedback},
  author={Lian van der Krieke and Frank Johan Blaauw and Ando C Emerencia and H. M. Schenk and Joris P. J. Slaets and Elisabeth H. Bos and Peter de Jonge and Bertus F. Jeronimus},
  journal={Psychosomatic Medicine},
Objective Recent developments in research and mobile health enable a quantitative idiographic approach in health research. The present study investigates the potential of an electronic diary crowdsourcing study in the Netherlands for (1) large-scale automated self-assessment for individual-based health promotion and (2) enabling research at both the between-persons and within-persons level. To illustrate the latter, we examined between-persons and within-persons associations between somatic… 
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