experience sampling

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experience sampling n.

experience sampling n.

Experience Sampling Methods in Clinical Psychology

Experience Sampling in Lifespan Developmental Methodology

Routinization and Emotional Well-Being: An Experience Sampling Investigation in an Elderly French Sample

Peer Influence on Children's Physical Activity: An Experience Sampling Study


Measuring the Burden of Common Morbidities: Sampling Disease Experience versus Continuous Surveillance

Quantifying experience in sample size determination for drug analysis of seized drugs

Stress Sensitivity, Aberrant Salience, and Threat Anticipation in Early Psychosis: An Experience Sampling Study

Are Rural Clergy Worse Off?: An Examination of Occupational Conditions and Pastoral Experiences in a Sample of United Methodist Clergy

High Rate of Consent to Bank Biologic Samples for Future Research: The Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Experience

Sickle Cell and G-6-PD Deficiency Gene in Cord Blood Samples: Experience at King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh

Examining a Cognitive Model of Persecutory Ideation in the Daily Life of People With Schizophrenia: A Computerized Experience Sampling Study

Observations of a Small Sample of Adolescents Experiencing an At-Risk Mental State (ARMS) for Psychosis

Metastases to the breast: role of fine needle cytology samples. Our experience with nine cases in 2 years

A correction to “Assessment of goose barnacle (Pollicipes pollicipes Gmelin, 1789) stocks in management plans: design of a sampling program based on the harvesters' experience”


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A research technique, very similar to the time sampling diary, and virtually synonymous with time sampling, introduced by the Italian-born US psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (born 1934) and two co-authors in an article in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence in 1977, where they originally called it the ‘experiential sampling method’.

Subjects: Psychology.

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