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Conference Programme

We are delighted to announce the preliminary programme of our conference consisting of 4 plenary keynote lectures, and parallel sessions that include 19 symposia with 85 presentations, 23 free-standing oral presentations, 43 poster presentations and 5 workshops.

WEDNESDAY 14TH JUNE

08:30 – 17:00

PRECONFERENCE SESSIONS

EXPERT MEETING: Dynamic systems modeling

Room 01 4 6 010 (Salle Polyvalente), 1st floor

Organizers: Gertraud (Turu) Stadler, Megan Robbins, Niall Bolger, Steven Boker

THURSDAY 15TH JUNE

08:30 – 12:00

PRECONFERENCE SESSIONS

EXPERT MEETING: Dynamic systems modeling
(continuation from Wednesday 14th June)

Room 01 4 6 010 (Salle Polyvalente), 1st floor

Organizers: Gertraud (Turu) Stadler, Megan Robbins, Niall Bolger, Steven Boker

WORKSHOP 2, Room 4.010, 4th floor: Executable ambulatory assessment protocols in HTML5

Organizers: Nikolaos Batalas, Marije aan het Rot, Vasilios Javed Khan, Panos Markopoulos

SATELLITE WORKSHOP, Room 4.020, 4th floor: Mobile sensing for ambulatory assessment - technological possibilities and applications

Organizers: Jürgen Stumpp, Robert Zetzsche (movisens GmbH)

12:30 – 13:50

OPENING CEREMONY (3rd floor, Auditorium 3.500)

KEYNOTE (3rd floor, Auditorium 3.500)

Moving behavioral monitoring and interventions into the digital era

Paul Wallace

NIHR CRN Specialty Cluster co-Lead and Emeritus Professor of Primary Care at the UCL

14:00 – 15:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS A

SYMPOSIUM 1, Room 4.500, 4th floor: Social relationships, health and well-being in daily life

Chair: Gertraud (Turu) Stadler

  • Interpersonal stressors affect subjective well-being more than other types of stressors
    Holly Laws, Emily Ansell
  • The daily course of alcohol craving and the impact of interpersonal stress
    Emily Ansell, Holly Laws
  • Social support, physical activity, and life satisfaction during student’s first semester
    Jan Kühnhausen, Johanna Schmid, Kenzie Snyder, Matthew Riccio, Gertraud (Turu) Stadler, Caterina Gawrilow
  • Co-regulation of stress, fatigue, and cortisol in couples' everyday life
    Johanna M. Doerr, Urs M. Nater, Corinne Spoerri, Ulrike Ehlert, Beate Ditzen
  • Daily work-family processes: An examination of the mediating role of parenting behaviors for the effects of work stressors on affective strain
    Petra L. Klumb, Sebastian Siegler, Regina Jensen, Dominik Schoebi

SYMPOSIUM 2, Room 4.510, 4th floor: Opportunities and methodological challenges of dynamical networks of intensive longitudinal everyday life data

Chair: Peter Kuppens

  • Unraveling the self-esteem depression relation: Associations between self-esteem, depressive symptoms, and social factors in everyday life
    Maurits W. Masselink, Eeske van Roekel, Albertine J. Oldehinkel
  • Spread the joy: How a bias for happy facial emotions translates into everyday life network dynamics
    Charlotte Vrijen, Catharina A. Hartman, Peter de Jonge, Albertine J. Oldehinkel
  • Dynamic symptom networks and risk for long-term symptom persistence in depressed patients
    Robin N. Groen, Evelien Snippe, Elisabeth H. Bos, Marieke C. Wichers
  • The dynamics of physical activity and depression symptoms: An individualized approach
    Neha Moopen, Sanne H. Booij, Marieke C. Wichers
  • Dynamical networks in psychology: More than a pretty picture?
    Laura F. Bringmann

SYMPOSIUM 3, Room 4.520, 4th floor: Ecological validity of laboratory results: From the scanner into the wild

Chairs: Ulrich Ebner-Priemer, Tim Trull

  • Combined ambulatory assessment and fMRI to study depressive rumination
    Christine Kuehner, Vera Zamoscik, Silke Huffziger, Christina Timm, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer, Peter Kirsch
  • Daily life correlates of MRI and fMRI indices of emotion dysregulation
    Tim Trull, Anne Merrill, John Kerns
  • Associations between non-exercise activity and brain gray matter volume in adults: Combining ambulatory assessment and magnetic resonance imaging data
    Markus Reichert, Heike Tost, Urs Braun, Hans-Joachim Salize, Alexander Zipf, Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer
  • From lab to life: Associating brain reward processing with daily life motivated behavior
    Jindra Myrthe Bakker, Liesbet Goossens, Iris Lange, Stijn Michielse, Koen Schruers, Ritsaert Lieverse, Machteld Marcelis, Thérèse van Amelsvoort, Jim van Os, Poornima Kumar

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 1: eHealth, Room 4.530, 4th floor

Chair: Thomas Kubiak

OP1
First evidence of an increase in restlessness during antidepressant tapering preceding depressive relapse in individual patients: A pilot study
Arnout Christiaan Smit, Evelien Snippe, Marieke Wichers
OP2
Fostering self-regulation to overcome academic procrastination by using Interactive Ambulatory Assessment (IAA)
Simone N. Loeffler, Juergen Stumpp, Stephan Grund, Ulrich W. Ebner-Priemer
OP3
Brief ecological mindfulness meditation interventions may buffer against emotional reactivity to stress
Barbara J. Lehman, Dusti R. Jones, Diana M. David
OP4
Ecological momentary assessment of intrusions: A comparison of different event- and time-based sampling modes
Frank H. Wilhelm, Lisa M. Grünberger, Michael Liedlgruber, Julina Rattel, Julia Reichenberger, Stephan F. Miedl, Jens Blechert
15:30 – 16:00

Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS B

SYMPOSIUM 4, Room 4.500, 4th floor: Exploring daily life activities and socio-affective functioning in healthy aging: Findings from ambulatory assessment studies

Chairs: Christina Röcke, Andrea Horn

  • Attachment and psychological need satisfaction in older adults’ daily life: Findings from the RHYTHM study
    Annika A. Martin, Mathias Allemand, Mike Martin
  • Momentary rumination is associated with changes in psychological intimacy in couple’s daily life: A dyadic ambulatory assessment study
    Andrea B. Horn, Anik Debrot, Meinrad Perrez
  • Within-person relationship between physical activity and affect of healthy older adults: Findings from the MOASIS project
    Marko Katana, Christina Röcke, Mike Martin, Lutz Jäncke, Mathias Allemand
  • Comparing self-reported and GPS-based assessments of daily mobility in the context of research on healthy aging: Findings from MOASIS
    Michelle P. Fillekes, Pia Bereuter, Robert Weibel
  • Conversational time travel in everyday life: A naturalistic observation method
    Burcu Demiray Batur, Matthias Mehl, Mike Martin

SYMPOSIUM 5, Room 4.510, 4th floor: Innovative statistical approaches for the analysis of ambulatory assessment data

Chair: Michael A. Russell

  • Applying a dynamical systems modeling framework to understand intervention processes in adult smokers
    Michael A. Russell, Korkut Bekiroglu, Constantino M. Lagoa, Stephanie T. Lanza, Megan E. Piper
  • Finite mixture modeling to understand within-person affect variability
    Stephanie T. Lanza, Stacey B. Scott, Martin J. Sliwinski
  • Closing the gaps in intensive longitudinal data – Alternatives to deleting missing adjacent measurements in autoregressive multilevel models
    Andreas B. Neubauer, Andreas Voss, Beate Ditzen
  • Using Bayesian multilevel models to analyze covariation in dyadic physiological data
    Niall Bolger, Katherine Zee

SYMPOSIUM 6, Room 4.520, 4th floor: How can ecological momentary assessments add meanings to the findings from multimodal neuroimaging?

Chair: Inez Myin-Germeys

  • Striatal dopaminergic modulation of reinforcement learning predicts reward sensitivity in daily life
    Zuzana Kasanova
  • Brain activation during an emotion regulation task is associated with negative affect in daily life
    Jojanneke A. Bastiaansen
  • Mapping daily affective instability to functional brain subnetworks in remitted MDD patients
    Harriette Riese
  • Psychotic reactivity to daily life stress and the dopamine system: A study combining experience sampling and [18F]fallypride positron emission tomography
    Inez Myin-Germeys

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 2: Physical Activity, Room 4.530, 4th floor

Chair: Joshua M. Smyth

OP5
I can do it: Tablet usage is associated with increased physical activity and decreased loneliness in older adults
Theresa Pauly, Jennifer C. Lay, Pavel Kozik, Christiane A. Hoppmann
OP6
Do fluctuations in positive affective and physical feeling states predict physical activity and sedentary time?
Jaclyn P. Maher, Eldin Dzubur, Jimi Huh, Chih-Ping Chou, Donald Hedeker, Genevieve F. Dunton
OP7
A circumplex approach to investigating the association of momentary mood to physical activity and sedentary behavior in working adults
Jinhyuk Kim, David E. Conroy, Joshua M. Smyth
OP8
Examining daily stress, diurnal cortisol, and physical activity in children using ecological momentary and ambulatory assessment
Genevieve Dunton, Jaclyn Maher, Chaelin Ra, Eldin Dzubur, Wangjing Ke, Reout Arbel, Tara Gruenewald, Gayla Margolin
17:45 – 19:00

MEMBER ASSEMBLY (4th floor, Room 4.500)

FRIDAY 16TH JUNE

08:30 – 10:00

PARALLEL SESSIONS C

SYMPOSIUM 7, Room 4.500, 4th floor: Capturing within-person dynamics: Latest developments for the popular vector autoregressive model

Chair: Eva Ceulemans

  • Analyzing intensive longitudinal data using multilevel autoregressive models
    Noémi Schuurman
  • Changing dynamics: Time varying vector autoregressive models
    Laura F. Bringmann, Emilio Ferrer, Ellen Hamaker, Denny Borsboom, Francis Tuerlinckx
  • A network model for integrating contemporaneous and directed effects
    Julian A. Rubel, Aaron J. Fischer, Jonathan W. Reeves, Glenn Lawyer, W. Lutz
  • Dynamical network analysis: A continuous-time approach
    Oisín Ryan
  • VAR(1) based models do not outpredict AR(1) models in current psychological applications
    Kirsten Bulteel, Merijn Mestdagh, Francis Tuerlinckx, Eva Ceulemans

SYMPOSIUM 8, Room 4.510, 4th floor: Ambulatory assessment of borderline personality disorder

Chairs: Timothy Trull, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer

  • Affect trajectories surrounding periods of self-harm urges in individuals with borderline personality disorder
    Johanna Hepp, Ryan Carpenter, Timothy Trull
  • Drinking motives, momentary affective states, and alcohol use in daily life in individuals with borderline personality disorder
    Andrea Wycoff, Johanna Hepp, Ryan Carpenter, Timothy Trull
  • Specifity of emotion sequences in borderline personality disorder in comparison with posttraumatic stress disorder, bulimia nervosa, and healthy controls
    Tobias Kockler, Wolfgang Tschacher, Philip Santangelo, Martin Bohus, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer
  • Diurnal cycling and instability of positive and negative moods: A comparison of borderline personality and community individuals
    Sean Lane, Timothy Trull

SYMPOSIUM 9, Room 4.520, 4th floor: Methodological challenges in ESM research

Chair: Harriette Riese

  • A qualitative approach to guide choices for an ESM study design
    Karin A.M. Janssens, Elisabeth H. Bos, Judith G. M. Rosmalen, Marieke C. Wichers, Harriette Riese
  • Reliability of ESM assessments of mood and mood sensitivity
    Wolfgang Viechtbauer
  • An examination of response compliance with the experience sampling method
    Aki Rintala, Martien Wampers, Inez Myin-Germeys, Wolfgang Viechtbauer
  • Experience Sampling Method (ESM) designs in severe mental disorders: Methodological considerations
    Hugo Vachon, Inez Myin-Germeys

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 3: Physical Health & Stress, Room 4.530, 4th floor

Chair: Beate Ditzen

OP9
Fatigue in the work place: Two real-time studies of energy expenditure, stress, and perceived reward in hospital nurses
Derek Johnston, Julia Allan, Cheryl Bell, Barbara Farquharson, Martyn Jones, Marie Johnston
OP10
Clinical evaluation of pediatric congenital heart disease using ambulatory impedance cardiography
Ineke Nederend, Eco de geus, Nico Blom, Derk Jan ten Harkel
OP11
Relationship between negative affect, daily life stress, and abdominal symptoms in irritable bowel syndrome
Yawen Chan, Suzanne, H.W. So, Arthur, D.P. Mak, Justin, C.Y. Wu
OP12
Tomorrow’s gonna suck! Associations of anticipatory stress and perseverative cognition with stress level during the next day and sleep quality
Andrea C. Kramer, Andreas B. Neubauer, Andreas Voss, Beate Ditzen
OP13
The landscape and importance of non-cancer conversations among couples coping with breast cancer
Megan Robbins
10:00 – 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30 – 11:20

KEYNOTE (3rd floor, Auditorium 3.500)

Health 4.0 – How virtualization and big data are revolutionizing healthcare

Christoph Thuemmler

Professor for eHealth at Edinburgh Napier University

11:30 – 13:00

PARALLEL SESSIONS D

SYMPOSIUM 10, Room 4.500, 4th floor: Combining sensing technology and experience sampling to capture daily life

Chairs: Sandrine R. Müller, Gabriella M. Harari

  • High-density markers of mother-infant bio-behavioral activity "in the wild": Developing a mobile-sensing paradigm to examine transmission of mental health risks
    Kaya de Barbaro, Xuewen Yao, Beiwen Liu, Junqing Wang, Dominique Denbow, Alessandro Montanari, Geraint Jones, Nikki Newhouse, Aisling O’Kane, Sherryl Goodman
  • Using smartphone sensing to explore the behavioral manifestation of personality
    Gabriella M. Harari
  • Using experience sampling methods to study person-environment fit
    Sandra Matz, Gabriella M. Harari, Sandrine R. Müller, Samuel D. Gosling
  • Patterns of socializing and well-being among students
    Sandrine R. Müller, Abhinav Mehrotra, Cecilia Mascolo, Jason Rentfrow

SYMPOSIUM 11, Room 4.510, 4th floor: Eating behavior and its determinants in daily life

Chair: Julia Reichenberger

  • Relationship of stress on physical activity and healthy eating in daily life
    Dana Fischer, Julia Reichenberger, Jens Blechert, Olga Pollatos
  • Experiences of weight stigma, weight regulatory behaviors, and self-regulatory processes
    Joshua M. Smyth
  • Indexing the intention-behavior gap: Food intake intentions and actual restriction in daily life
    Julia Reichenberger, Joshua M. Smyth, Jens Blechert
  • How to control food cravings – Evidence of protective factors in the moment of desire
    Zarah Rowland, Mario Wenzel, Thomas Kubiak
  • Food cravings in lab and life
    Jens Blechert, Anna Richard, Adrian Meule

SYMPOSIUM 12. Room 4.520, 4th floor: Momentary mechanisms to disentangle long-term developments in psychopathology

Chairs: Ulrich Ebner-Priemer, Marieke Wichers

  • Stress-induced dissociation - A momentary mechanism explaining adverse development after trauma?
    Philip Santangelo, Kathlen Priebe, Franziska Friedmann, Martin Bohus, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer
  • Capturing personalized sequences of change over the course of treatment
    Evelien Snippe, Ivan Nyklíček, Marieke Wichers
  • Long-term monitoring of mood and behavior-related parameters like communication and physical and overall activity in patients with bipolar disorders
    Esther Muehlbauer, Emanuel Severus, Holger Hill, Michael Bauer, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer
  • Dynamic affect networks and resilience against psychopathology in high-risk adolescents
    Marieke Wichers, Anya Kuranova, Hanneke Wigman

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 4: Methods – Protocols, Room 4.530, 4th floor

Chair: Thomas Kubiak

OP14
A comparison between retrospective und repeated momentary judgments of teaching quality
Tanja Lischetzke, Susanne Weis
OP15
A multi-sample, multi-method analysis of the obtrusiveness of and participants’ adherence with the Electronically Activated Recorder (EAR) method
Anne Milek, Allison M. Tackman, Charles L. Raison, David A. Sbarra, Matthias R. Mehl
OP16
Smartphones as research tools in ambulatory assessment: Effects of own or loan devices on adherence, response attrition, usability, and reactivity
Wolff Schlotz, Fabian Greb, Jochen Steffens
OP17
Instrumenting ecological momentary assessment with a wearable smartbutton
Jakob Eg Larsen, Thomas Blomseth Christiansen
13:00 – 14:30

Lunch Break

14:30 – 15:20

KEYNOTE (3rd floor, Auditorium 3.500)

Challenges remaining for the field of real-time data capture

Arthur Stone

Professor of Psychology and Director of the USC Dornsife Center for Self-Report Science at the University of Southern California

15:30 – 17:00

PARALLEL SESSIONS E

SYMPOSIUM 13, Room 4.500, 4th floor: Approaches to multilevel mediation in ambulatory assessment: Challenges, illustrations, and future directions

Chair: Corina Berli

  • Understanding within person causal chains: The 1-1-1 mediation model
    Patrick E. Shrout, Corina Berli, Jennifer Inauen
  • 2-1-1 multilevel mediation: Conceptual problems linking levels of analysis
    Niall Bolger, Jean-Philippe Laurenceau
  • Mediators of an ecological momentary intervention to promote physical activity adherence
    Corina Berli, Gertraud Stadler, Patrick E. Shrout, Niall Bolger, Urte Scholz
  • How do smartphone-based support groups promote healthy eating? An application of the 2-1-1 mediation model
    Jennifer Inauen, Niall Bolger, Patrick E. Shrout, Gertraud Stadler, Melanie Amrein, Pamela Rackow, Urte Scholz

SYMPOSIUM 14, Room 4.510, 4th floor: Psychological processes and mechanisms underlying the development of psychosis in daily life: New evidence from experience sampling research

Chairs: Inez Myin-Germeys, Ulrich Reininghaus

  • Clinical high risk for psychosis: The association between momentary stress and affective and psychotic symptoms
    Inez Myin-Germeys
  • The cascade of stress: A network approach to explore differential dynamics in individuals with varying familial risk for psychosis
    Annelie Klippel
  • Impact of gene-environment interaction on the real-world expression of psychosis risk: Linking genetic variation and early-life and momentary experiences
    Paula Cristóbal-Narváez
  • Modeling the interplay between psychological processes and adverse, stressful contexts and experiences in pathways to psychosis
    Ulrich Reininghaus
  • Lack of association between theory of mind and daily-life social functioning requires a drastic conceptual reframing
    Maude Schneider

SYMPOSIUM 15, Room 4520, 4th floor: Using ecological momentary assessment to understand daily life affective functioning in the context of psychopathology and risk across the lifespan

Chairs: Lauren M. Bylsma, Marlies Houben

  • Affect evaluation in people with and without internalizing disorders
    Renee J. Thompson, Katharina Kircanski, Ian H. Gotlib
  • Positive and negative affective dynamics in daily life in youth at high and low familial risk for depression
    Lauren M. Bylsma, Jennifer S. Silk, Cecile D. Ladouceur
  • The bipolarity of affect and depression
    Egon Dejonckheere, Merijn Mestdagh, Marlies Houben, Yasmine Erbas, Madeline Pe, Peter Koval, Annette Brose, Peter Kuppens
  • Stress sensitivity and social contact in adolescents at familial risk for schizophrenia
    Leslie H. Horton, Jennifer S. Silk, Gretchen Haas
  • Daily emotion regulation is less context dependent in people with more borderline personality disorder symptoms
    Marlies Houben, Elise Kalokerinos, Peter Kuppens

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 5: Mental Health & Sleep, Room 4.530, 4th floor

Chair: Matthias Mehl

OP18
Do peritraumatic affect dynamics during conflict predict subsequent PTSD and depression?
Talya Greene, Marc Gelkopf
OP19
Reciprocal associations between positive emotions and motivation in daily life: Network analyses in anhedonic individuals and healthy controls
Eeske van Roekel, Vera E. Heininga, Evelien Snippe, Albertine J. Oldehinkel
OP20
Diurnal variation of affect: A comparison among depression, psychosis, and a control population
Jessica A Hartmann, Claudia JP Simons, Wolfgang Viechtbauer, Ritsaert Lieverse, Claudia Menne-Lothmann, Frenk Peeters, MERGE Collaborators, Inez Myin-Germeys, Marieke Wichers
OP21
Relationships between the Big Five personality traits and sleep quantity and quality: A multi-method study
Allison M. Tackman, David A. Sbarra, Matthias R. Mehl
17:10 – 18:30

POSTER SESSION (Room 3.210, 3.220, 3.230 and 3.240, 3rd floor) & COFFEE

a. Disentangling the relationship between stress sensitivity, affect and psychopathology

P1
The impact of daily hassles on negative affect – Do people high and low in neuroticism differ?
Lara Mey, Andrea Chmitorz, Karolina Kurth, Mario Wenzel, Raffael Kalisch, Oliver Tüscher, Thomas Kubiak
P2
Stress sensitivity as a putative mechanism linking childhood trauma and psychopathology in youth's daily life: An experience sampling study
Christian Rauschenberg, Jim van Os, Dimitri Cremers, Matthieu Goedhart, Jan N. M. Schieveld, Ulrich Reininghaus
P3
Negative affect and ADHD symptom fluctuations in adolescents’ daily life
Merle Reuter, Lea Biermann, Caterina Gawrilow
P4
Increased affective reactivity to daily life stress: A non-specific vulnerability marker for psychopathology?
Sanne H. Booij, Evelien Snippe, Bertus F. Jeronimus, Marieke Wichers, Johanna T.W. Wigman
P5
How Demands and Resources Constitute Threats and Challenges in Everyday-Life
Maurizio Sicorello, Andreas Neubauer, Andreas Voss, Beate Ditzen
P101
Momentary Correlates of In Vivo Experiential Avoidance
Wenze, Susan Jennifer, DeCicco, Jennifer Michele
P102
A Dual Approach for Recovery for Refugees who Survived Torture
van Heemstra, Henriette
P103
Study protocol: Longitudinal assessment of PTSD symptomatology and coping strategies - insights from ecological momentary and hair cortisol data.
Schindler, Lena, Lorenz, Patrick, Steudte-Schmiedgen, Susann, Schellong, Julia, Kirschbaum, Clemens
P104
An experience sampling study about the effect of situational control at work: The moderating influence of Desire for Control
Thomas, Joachim; Wimmer, Elisabeth
P105
Anxiety and Volition in Ecological Momentary Assessment
Seidl, Esther; Pieper, Lars; Venz, John; Voss, Catharina; Hoyer, Jana; Frech, Charlotte; Beesdo-Baum, Katja
P106
Mood and stress: How physical and social-evaluative stressors impact emotional inertia
Rathner, Eva-Maria, Krammer, Georg, Schwerdtfeger, Andreas
P107
Investigating temporal dynamics and predictive potential of pruritus applying a momentary assessment approach – a study design
Muehlan, Holger, Blome, Christine
P108
Better (not) think about it? Effects of positive and negative perfectionistic cognitions at times of increased pressure to perform.
Prestele, Elisabeth; Altstötter-Gleich, Christine; Lischetzke, Tanja

b. Mood, bipolar and psychotic disorders

P6
(How) Does suicidal ideation fluctuate? An investigation with psychiatric inpatients using ecological momentary assessment
Nina Hallensleben, Lena Spangenberg, Thomas Forkmann, Dajana Rath, Ulrich Hegerl, Anette Kersting, Thomas W. Kallert, Heide Glaesmer
P7
Predicting acute suicidal ideation by momentary perceived burdensomeness and thwarted belongingness
Dajana Rath, Nina Hallensleben, Heide Glaesmer, Lena Spangenberg, Thomas Forkmann
P8
Real-time assessment of auditory hallucinations using a smartphone app: Results from a pilot study
Josef J. Bless, Runar Smelror, Ingrid Agartz, Kenneth Hugdahl
P9
Modulation of stress reactivity by the social context: Relevance for social functioning in psychosis?
Maude Schneider, Ulrich Reininghaus, Martine van Nierop, Mayke Janssens, Inez Myin-Germeys
P10
Reality check: An experience sampling study of the relationship between theory of mind and social functioning of patients with schizophrenia
Marieke Helmich, Marieke Wichers, Ulrich Reininghaus, Anne-Kathrin Fett
P11
Moment-to-moment dynamics between mood symptoms and maladaptive coping behaviors in patients with bipolar disorder
Michelle Hoi-ting Leung, Suzanne Ho-wai So, Nate Tsz-kit Kwok, Iris Hoi-ching Ng, Pui-shuen Chan, Chloe Chor-wing Lo, Shirley Na, Arthur Dun-ping Mak, Sing Lee
P12
Sleep/wake patterns in the change of mood in bipolar disorder – First results of the SWITCH-BD study
Stefan Knapen, Rixt Riemersma-van der Lek, Robert Schoevers
P13
The modulation of physical activity by clinical states in bipolar disorder
Holger Hill, Esther Mühlbauer, Emanuel Severus, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer
P109
Internet-based psychotherapy in children with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Renner, Tobias Johann, Hollmann, Karsten, Nickola, Matthias, Lautenbacher, Heinrich, Ihler, Verena, Hummel, Julian, Wewetzer, Christoph, Allgaier, Katharina, Conzelmann, Annette
P110
Thank you for the music. How does music making bring you happiness? Exploring the role of need fulfillment
Köhler, Friederike; Neubauer, Andreas B.
P111
Associations of the positive and the negative dimensions of self-esteem with paranoia in daily life: An experience sampling study.
Monsonet, Manel, Cristóbal-Narváez, Paula, Tamara, Sheinbaum, Tecelli, Domíngez-Martínez, Kwapil, Thomas R., Barrantes-Vidal, Neus
P112
Measuring the ethnic density effect in daily life
Gevonden, Martin, Myin-Germeys, Inez
P113
Positive Schizotypy Predicts Negative Affect, Paranoid and Psychotic-Like Experiences in Daily Life: A Longitudinal ESM Study
Racioppi, Anna, Sheinbaum, Tamara, Cristóbal-Narváez, Paula, Ballespí, Sergi, Mitjavila, Mercè, Gross, Georgina M., Kwapil, Thomas R., Barrantes-Vidal, Neus
P114
Getting a grip on your mood: the application of the experience sampling methodology to the treatment of bipolar disorder
Bos, Fionneke Marijke, Wichers, Marieke, Doornbos, Bennard, Bruggeman, Richard, van der Krieke, Lian, Snippe, Evelien
P115
Ecological validity of Expressed Emotion in Early Psychosis
Hinojosa-Marqués, Lídia, Domínguez-Martínez, Tecelli, Cristóbal-Narváez, Paula, Kwapil, Thomas R., Barrantes-Vidal, Neus
P116
Daily fatigue levels are associated with short-term, but not with long-term stress, in two clinical samples
Doerr, Johanna M., Mewes, Ricarda, Skoluda, Nadine , Feneberg, Anja C., Nater, Urs M.
P117
GPS-triggered e-diaries, neuroimaging and genetics to investigate urbanicity risks for mental disorders
Reichert, Markus , Tost, Heike, Braun, Urs, Zipf, Alexander, Meyer-Lindenberg, Andreas, Ebner-Priemer, Ulrich W.

c. Ecological momentary assessment of emotion regulation strategies and cognitive/behavioral training interventions

P14
Development and evaluation of a smartphone-based positivity training – Study concept
Angela Kunzler, Andrea Chmitorz, Isabella Helmreich, Dirk Lehr, Klaus Lieb, Michèle Wessa
P15
Emotion regulation in real-life: An investigation of regulation flexibility
Fiona Maccallum, Richard Bryant
P16
The effects of mindfulness on affect
Mario Wenzel, Zarah Rowland, Thomas Kubiak
P17
Ecological momentary assessment of a mindfulness-based program in college freshmen
Steriani Elavsky, Jacqueline Mogle, Moe Kishida, Kamila Dvorakova, Mark Greenberg
P18
Cognitive avoidant coping and variability in perceived arousal: Evidence for the intolerance of arousal hypothesis
Andreas Richard Schwerdtfeger, Eva-Maria Rathner
P19
Meaningful moments for behavior change: Lessons learned from the ‘StandUp’ RCT
Jan-Philipp Lange, Martina Kanning
P20
Keep calm and train your brain to relax: Differential efficiency of mobile neurofeedback training in a primary prevention setting
Tiana Schauls, Martine Hoffmann, Laurence Casali, Danièle Beckius, Michèle Pisani, Axel Kowalski, Gilles Michaux
P21
Emotion intensity and emotion regulation before exams
Anna-Lena Rottweiler, Ulrike Nett
P118
Sexual Exploitation; unravelling and preventing the cycle of re-victimization
Ghafoerkhan, Rina
P119
Mobile-Health intervention: Integrating video clips and automated real-time feedback in Ambulatory Assessment
Koch, Elena Doris, Ortega, Francisco B., Muntaner Mas, Adrià, Martinez-Nicolas, Antonio, Reif, Andreas, Freitag, Christine M., Ebner-Priemer, Ulrich W.
P120
Daily affective well-being among occupational rehabilitants during their internship: An experience sampling study about the job demand-control-support model
Riepl, Regina Franziska; Wimmer, Elisabeth Maria; Thomas, Joachim
P121
Where’s the benefit? Assessing in-the-moment and post-intervention changes in body satisfaction due to intervention
Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, Matthew David, Richardson, Ben , Lewis, Vivienne, Krug, Isabel
P122
University students’ real-life emotions: Applying STARTS models to analyse the experience of achievement emotions and their interaction with perceived control.
Respondek, Lisa, Nett, Ulrike E.
P123
The Role of Gender in Emotional Reactivity to Daily Stressors between Patients with Psychosis and Healthy Controls
Zheng, Yixia, Schneider, Maude , Viechtbauer, Wolfgang , Myin-Germeys, Inez
P124
Happy music for sad people? Daily music listening behavior and its impact on mood in depressed women.
Feneberg, Anja Christine; Doerr, Johanna Marie; Mewes, Ricarda; Nater, Urs Markus
P125
Withdrawal as a potential consequence of childhood interpersonal trauma? An ambulatory assessment study of trauma exposed individuals with and without PTSD
Friedmann, Franziska, Santangelo, Philip, Ebner-Priemer, Ulrich, Hill, Holger, Rausch, Sophie, Steil, Regina, Müller-Engelmann, Meike, Bohus, Martin, Fydrich, Thomas, Priebe, Kathlen
P126
Fluctuations in physical, emotional, and mental fatigue: How interoceptive awareness and recovery ability predict daily fatigue
Reis, Dorota; Arndt, Charlotte; Lischetzke, Tanja

d. EMA as a predictive and diagnostic tool

P22
Ambulatory heart rate variability and electrodermal activity reflect sleep quality in people with and without fibromyalgia
Anna Louise Kratz, Sardar Ansari, Marlena Duda, Xiuwen Chen, Kristen Pickup, John Murphy, Esther Bay, David A. Williams, Daniel J. Clauw, Kayvan Najarian
P23
Filling the gap: Device-based assessment through a mobile application in the Luxembourg Parkinson Cohort
Christian Stallinger, Venkata P. Satagopam, Peter Banda, Christine Suver, Andrew Trister, Stephen Friend, Rejko Krüger
P24
The detection and prediction of couple conflict using mobile sensing technologies
Adela Timmons, Theodora Chaspari, Sohyun Han, Yehsong Kim, Shrikanth Narayanan, Gayla Margolin
P25
Unravel the roots of procrastination: Predicting the postponement of goal-directed actions in students’ everyday life
Lena Maria Wieland, Matthias F. Limberger, Ulrich W. Ebner-Priemer
P26
Anger and hostility questionnaires in the 10-12 year prediction of ambulatory blood pressure and heart rate
Martti Tapani Tuomisto, Lauri Parkkinen, Jyrki Ollikainen, Ilkka Pörsti
P27
Predictors of pace-of-life within and between subjects
Stefan Stieger, David Lewetz, Ulf-Dietrich Reips
P28
Arm-worn inertial sensors can detect shoulder movement asymmetry during activities of daily living for clinical diagnostics and assessment
Stijn M.P. Martens, Matthijs Lipperts, Ralph Waalbeehm, Steven Samijo, Bernd Grimm
P29
Activity Monitors detect lower levels and different patterns of physical activity in spinal stenosis patients.
Anouk Stoffels, Matthijs Lipperts, Wouter van Hemert, Kim Rijkers, Bernd Grimm
P127
Regulatory flexibility in times of occupational stress: profiles of regulatory strategies and their intraindividual change over repeated stress situations
Grommisch, Gloria, Luhmann, Maike, Lischetzke, Tanja
P128
Verbal activities in the context of everyday conversations: A naturalistic observation study
Luo, Minxia , Burcu, Demiray , Mehl, Matthias R., Martin, Mike
P129
Intensive longitudinal data of teachers’ interpersonal behavior and affective responses gives insight in everyday teacher experiences
Donker, Monika; Mainhard, Tim; van Gog, Tamara
P130
Formative evaluation of a remote alcohol craving monitoring system for recovering alcoholics during the first 100 days of their treatment.
van Lier, Hendrika G., Noordzij, Matthijs L., Pieterse, Marcel E., Postel, Marloes G. , de Haan, Hein A., Vollenbroek-Hutten, Miriam M.R. (1,4); Schraagen, Jan Maarten C.
P131
Can changes in pNN50 predict mood and stress in daily life? - Results of the BeMIND Study
Pieper, Lars; John, Venz; Catharina, Voss; Jana, Hoyer; Charlotte, Frech; Esther, Seidl; Katja, Beesdo-Baum
P132
Can Wearable Sensors Distinguish Fallers from Non-fallers?
Tahavori, Fatemeh, Stack, Emma, Agarwal, Veena, Burnett, Malcolm, Hoseinitabatabaei, Seyed Amir, Harwin, William, Ashburn, Ann

e. Physical activity, interpersonal functioning and health

P30
mHealth 50+: Daily mobile health tracking by older adults in Switzerland
Alexander Seifert
P31
Mobility, activity, and social interactions in the daily lives of healthy older adults: Study protocol of the MOASIS project
Christina Röcke, Mathias Allemand, Robert Weibel, Mike Martin
P32
Homesickness in social context: An ambulatory assessment study in first-year university students
Marije aan het Rot, Maaike Nauta, Henk Schut, Margaret Stroebe
P33
Interpersonal functioning in victims of bullying: An ecological momentary assessment study
Minita Franzen, Linda Booij, Wendy Craig, Marije aan het Rot
P34
Unraveling the association between family disorganization and children’s sleep quality: A test and replication study using moderated mediation analyses
Saskia Euser, Nienke Borkent, Claudia I Vrijhof, Marinus H van IJzendoorn
P35
The relationship between activity guidelines and knee osteoarthritis patients’ adherence
Maik Sliepen, Elsa Mauricio, Dieter Klein, Bernd Grimm, Dieter Rosenbaum
P36
Momentary feelings and not physical symptoms are associated with end-of-the-day Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQL) among cardiac patients.
Justine Netjes, Iris Hartog, Pythia Nieuwkerk, Jose Henriques, Michael Scherer-Rath, Hanneke van Laarhoven, Mirjam Sprangers
P37
Frail elderly living at care facilities are physically less active to harmful levels compared to peers living at home
Yvonne Goertz, Ivo Buil, Inge Jochem, Machiel Smid, Walther Sipers, Ide Heyligers, Bernd Grimm
P133
Reward and Punishment Learning in Daily Life: a Replication Study.
Heininga, Vera
P134
Physical Activity Synchrony in Couples’ Accelerometer Data
Keller, Jan, Pauly, Theresa, Hohl, Diana Hilda, Knoll, Nina, Hoppmann, Christiane
P135
Distinguishing People with Parkinson's (PwP) from Healthy Controls Using Wearable Sensors
Tahavori, Fatemeh, Stack, Emma, Agarwal, Veena, Burnett, Malcolm, Hoseinitabatabaei, Seyed Amir, Harwin, William, Ashburn, Ann
P136
Seeking Solitude in Midlife and Old Age: Age Differences in Situation Selection and Affective Experiences in Everyday Life
Lay, Jennifer Christina, Pauly, Theresa, Graf, Peter, Mahmood, Atiya, Hoppmann, Christiane

f. Questionnaire/measure development and methodological challenges in EMA

P38
Validation of a retrospective questionnaire for daily hassles with ecological momentary assessment
Karolina Kurth, Andrea Chmitorz, Lara Mey, Mario Wenzel, Raffael Kalisch, Oliver Tüscher, Thomas Kubiak,
P39
e-Readiness of social and health care professionals: A key for unlocking the potential of eHealth and eWelfare?
Kaisa Malinen, Jaana Mäkelä, Eija Sevón, Mari Punna, Sanna Sihvonen, Essi Heimovaara-Kotonen, Suvi Salminen
P40
The vast majority of cardiac patients is unable or unwilling to participate in an experience sampling study to assess patient-reported outcomes
Justine Netjes, Iris Hartog, Pythia Nieuwkerk, Jose Henriques, Hanneke van Laarhoven, Michael Scherer-Rath, Mirjam Sprangers
P41
Fragmentation as a novel measure of mood stability assessed by electronic diaries
Jordan Johns, Vadim Zipunnikov, Junrui Di, Joel Swendsen, Kathleen Merikangas
P42
Mindfulness: Development of a state measure and its relationship with positive and negative affect in daily life
Annette Brose, Elisabeth S. Blanke
P43
Development of a novel measure of emotion differentiation that uses open-ended descriptions of momentary affective states
Charlotte Arndt, Tanja Lischetzke
P137
Using experience sampling method to measure expressions of personal values in behavior
Skimina, Ewa; Cieciuch, Jan
P138
Study protocol: CoachPTBS – self-management mobile app after traumatic events: Conducting research on its usability and benefit for patients with PTSD.
Lorenz, Patrick, Schindler, Lena, Steudte-Schmiedgen, Susann, Kirschbaum, Clemens, Schellong, Julia
P139
Time-based sampling vs event-based sampling may yield different results when assessing trauma-related memories.
Kleindienst, Nikolaus, Priebe, Kathlen, Hecht, Amelie, Petri, Mirja, Schulte-Herbrüggen, Olaf
P140
Does Quantity Equate Quality? Examining How Sampling Rates Affect EAR-Observed Measures of Social Interaction Quality
Karan, Alexander; Robbins, Megan L.
20:00

Social Event – Dinner (University Restaurant)

SATURDAY 17TH JUNE

09:00 – 10:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS F

SYMPOSIUM 16, Room 4.500, 4th floor: Capturing affective reactivity and regulation in daily life? Challenge accepted!

Chair: Inez Myin-Germeys

  • Ambulatory stress assessment: A review
    Thomas Vaessen, Aki Rintala, Inez Myin-Germeys
  • Multidimensional event stressfulness predicts affective reactivity in depressed and non-depressed individuals
    Sanne H. Booij, Elisabeth C.D. van der Stouwe, Nynke A. Groenewold, Elisabeth H. Bos, Peter de Jonge, Marieke C. Wichers
  • Positive affective reactivity in anhedonic individuals’ daily life: Anything but flat and blunted
    Vera E. Heininga, Eeske van Roekel, Joshua Ahles, Tineke Oldehinkel, Amy Mezulis
  • Affective reactivity to daily life positive and negative events in youth at high and low familial risk for depression
    Lauren M. Bylsma, Jennifer S. Silk, Cecile D. Ladouceur
  • Effectiveness of emotion regulation in daily life depends on context
    Peter Koval, Jordan Hinton, Freya Hanly, Keana Loschiavo, John Gleeson, Peter Kuppens, Tom Hollenstein

SYMPOSIUM 17, Room 4.510, 4th floor: Ambulatory monitoring to improve clinical practice in mental health

Chair: Philippe Delespaul

  • Introduction to mobile interventions in mental health
    Philippe Delespaul
  • Demonstrating the applicability of an experience sampling tool for routine outcome measurement in mental health
    Simone Verhagen, Julienne Berben, Philippe Delespaul, Jim Van Os, Richelle Lousberg
  • Experience sampling as intervention to increase positive affect and empowerment in depression
    Claudia Simons, Ingrid Kramer, Jessica Hartman, Claudia Menne-Lothmann, Philippe Delespaul, Jim van Os, Marieke Wichers
  • Tapering strips and self-monitoring for dose-optimization of psychotropic medication
    Peter Groot
  • An n = 1 clinical network analysis of symptoms and treatment in psychosis
    Maarten Bak, Marjan Drukker, Laila Hasmi, Jim van Os

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 6: Methods – Statistics, Room 4.520, 4th floor

Chair: Harriette Riese

OP22
Studying time-lagged effects using ambulatory assessment data: It is time to go continuously
Rebecca Margaretha Kuiper
OP23
Cross-instrument validity, reproducibility, and feasibility of ambulatory heart rate (variability) monitors
Yoram K. Kunkels, Arie M. van Roon, Marieke C. Wichers, Harriëtte Riese
OP24
Missing data in ecological momentary assessments: Identifying when and who
Jacqueline Mogle, Stacey Scott, Joshua Smyth, Martin Sliwinski
10:30 – 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS G

SYMPOSIUM 18, Room 4.500, 4th floor: ESM in clinical practice: The possibilities, the pitfalls, and the promise

Chairs: Fionneke Marijke Bos, Ulrich Reininghaus

  • What patients and clinicians want: A qualitative study
    Fionneke Marijke Bos, Evelien Snippe, Richard Bruggeman, Marieke Wichers, Lian van der Krieke
  • Guidelines for the development of Ecological Momentary Interventions (EMIs)
    Henrietta Steinhart, Ulrich Reininghaus, Inez Myin-Germeys
  • Personalized feedback based on the experiencing sampling method as a tool to boost depression treatment (ZELF-i): Common patterns and individual differences
    Jojanneke Bastiaansen, Maaike Meurs, Renee Stelwagen, Marieke Wichers, Albertine Oldehinkel
  • Personalized lifestyle advice as a means to reduce anhedonia: An ecological momentary intervention
    Eeske van Roekel, Charlotte Vrijen, Vera Heininga, Maurits Masselink, Elske Bos, Albertine Oldehinkel
  • Connecting the dots: Using personalized feedback on daily dynamics of psychopathology in clinical practice
    Date van der Veen, Sacha Epskamp, Robert Schoevers, Michelle Servaas, Harriëtte Riese

SYMPOSIUM 19, Room 4.510, 4th floor: Studying long-term marriages using daily diaries: Insights gained from a dyadic approach

Chairs: Anita DeLongis, Christiane Hoppmann

  • Prospective memory is linked with fluctuations in own and partner affect in the everyday lives of older couples
    Victoria Michalowski, Pavel Kozik, Peter Graf, Denis Gerstorf, Maureen C. Ashe, Kenneth Madden
  • Dyadic associations of perceived control with negative affect among older couples
    Johanna Drewelies, Hannah Schade, Gizem Hülür, Christiane Hoppmann, Nilam Ram, Denis Gerstorf
  • The interplay of spouse support, patient catastrophizing, and daily fatigue in post-treatment cancer patients
    Fabiola Müller, Ellen Stephenson, Anita DeLongis, Ans Smink, Marrit A. Tuinman, Mariet Hagedoorn
  • Combining daily diary with longitudinal data: 20-year prospective study of divorce among couples in stepfamilies
    Ellen Stephenson, Anita DeLongis

SATELLITE WORKSHOP, Room 4.520, 4th floor: Physiological sensors for interactive ambulatory assessment

Organizers: Stefan Hey (movisens GmbH)

12:30 – 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 – 14:50

KEYNOTE (3rd floor, Auditorium 3.500)

Moving from ‘cold’ to ‘warm’ computational models of individual behaviour: cyberphysical systems to understand food intake

Donna Spruijt-Metz

Director of the USC mHealth Collaboratory at the University of Southern California’s Center for Economic and Social Research

14:50 – 15:30

CLOSING CEREMONY (3rd floor, Auditorium 3.500)

15:30 – 16:30

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING (Room 4.530, 4th floor)