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Prof. Dr. Ulrich Ebner-Priemer

Personal Prof. Dr. Ebner-Priemer

Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Psychologie

Tel: +49 721 608 - 42610

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Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Psychologie am IfSS

KIT-Campus Süd
Geb. 40.40
Engler-Bunte-Ring 15
76131 Karlsruhe

Telefon: +49 721 608 - 47150


Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Psychologie am HoC

Westhochschule
Geb. 06.31
Hertzstraße 16
76187 Karlsruhe

Mental mHealth Lab / Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Psychologie

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The Mental mHealth Lab / The Chair of Applied Psychology is characterized by its methodological focus on ambulatory assessment. Phenomena of interest are studied in everyday life (real-life) in real-time using psychophysiological methods (objective) and time-sensitive analysis (dynamics).

 

We focus on:

  • A multimodal operationalization of phenomena of interest in everyday life using subjective self-reports (e-diaries), peripheral physiological signals (ECG, EDA, ...), behavioral (accelereometry, GPS).
  • Real-time analysis of psychophysiological parameters to trigger electronic diary assessments (interactive monitoring)
  • Analysis of dynamical processes (affective instability)
  • Lab-Field comparisons
  • Integrating experimental manipulation and intervention strategies into ambulatory assessment methodology
  • We use ambulatory assessment technology to study mental symptoms in healthy individuals (stress or procrastination among students) and patients (borderline personality disorder, depression, ADHD, epilepsy).

 

Aktuelles

DFG funded study

Developing mixed-latent-state-trait-models to analyse the temporal characteristics of affect and self-esteem in borderline personality disorder” in cooperation with Prof Michael Eid (FU Berlin).

SAA Conference 2017

5th conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment (SAA 2017) - hosted by Claus Vögele - June 15th-17th, 2017 (pre-conference workshops June 14th) - Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Publikation in „Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise”

Exercise vs. Non-exercise Activity: E-diaries Unravel Distinct Effects on Mood. Prof. Dr. U. Ebner-Priemer und M. Reichert et al. untersuchen differenzielle Effekte von Alltagsaktivität und Sport auf Stimmung.

 
New research programme on ADHD

With an inspiring three-day meeting, the international research project ‘Comorbid Conditions in ADHD’ (CoCA) was successfully kicked-off in Frankfurt on March 1 to 3.