Institute of Sports and Sports Science (IfSS)

Mental mHealth Lab / Chair of Applied Psychology

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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).

 

New publication in J. of Abnormal Psychology

Tim Trull & Uli Ebner-Priemer published Reporting Guidelines for Ambulatory Assessment Research.

New publication: LANCET psychiatry

A new commentary by P. Santangelo & U. Ebner-Priemer highlights the promising features of digital phenotyping objective and continuous assessment in patients' daily

Neue Publikation

Marco Giurgiu (mental mHealth Lab) hat erfolgreich einen Artikel im „Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science In Sports“ zum Thema Stimmung und sedentäres Verhalten publiziert.

Promotion mit höchstem Lob für Markus Reichert

Markus Reichert promoviert mit Auszeichnung "summa cum laude" zum Thema: " Psychological antecedents and consequences of physical activity as they unfold in everyday life"

Publikation

Marco Giurgiu (mental mHealth Lab) hat erfolgreich einen Artikel im „Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science In Sports“ zum Thema sedentäres Verhalten und Stimmung publiziert.

DFG supports new project

May 2019: DFG supports new project „Mobile infrastructure for daily life research“ from Prof. Ebner-Priemer within the Transregio Collaborative Research Centre „Losing and Regaining Control over Drug Intake: From Trajectories to Mechanisms to Interventions“ (TRR 265).

BMBF funded four new studies

BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research) funded four new studies starting spring 2019 at the „Mental mHealth Lab“: EMPOWERYOU, START, RELATER, and SRIAS2PRACTICE.