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Method development

The research area of method development deals with methods of analysis in intensive longitudinal designs in individuals and couples and for the representation of variability.

We are concerned with how to analyse correlated data streams, e.g. from romantic couples and parent-child dyads. To do this, we integrate data streams of self-reports, sensor-based measurements and biological indicators to capture changes in behaviour, well-being and health. A particular focus is on modelling heterogeneity.

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Method development

  • Summerschool
  • Longitudinal Dyadic Score Model
    Buitenhuis, A. H., Tuinman, M. A., Stadler, G., & Hagedoorn, M. (2021). Daily support and negative control during a quit attempt in single-smoking couples.
    Health Psychology, 40(3), 207.
  • Longitudinal mediation analysis
    Berli, C., Inauen, J., Stadler, G., Scholz, U., & Shrout, P. E. (2021). Understanding between-person interventions with time-intensive longitudinal outcome data: Longitudinal mediation analyses.
    Annals of behavioral medicine, 55(5), 476-488.
  • Power for intensive longitudinal studies
    Bolger, N., Stadler, G., & Laurenceau, J. P. (2012). Power analysis for intensive longitudinal studies.
  • Measurement Quality of life