Basic Protocol: Smartphone Sensing Panel Study [article]

Ramona Schoedel, Michelle Oldemeier, Larissa Sust, Gabriel Schui, Roland Ramthun, Stefanie Mueller, Timo Koch, Clemens Stachl, Florian Bemmann, Markus Bühner, Michael Bosnjak, Leibniz Institut Für Psychologische Information Und Dokumentation (ZPID) (+3 others)
The study Smartphone Sensing Panel Study aims to create a benchmark dataset for the scientific community, including three data collection modalities: (1) smartphone sensing (2) experience sampling, and (3) monthly online surveys. The study is a panel study lasting for three to six months and resulting in high-dimensional and longitudinal behavioral and situational sensing data, self-report data in situ, and traditional questionnaire data about a broad range of psychological traits and
more » ... raits and phenomena. A quota sample of N = 800 participants is recruited and asked to install the research app PhoneStudy for three to six months. During the period of study participation, sensing data is continuously logged. Sensing data collection is complemented by monthly online surveys and experience sampling periods
doi:10.23668/psycharchives.2901 fatcat:tyd3cflphjawhornkr7xxtgoxa