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Self-reporting is a well-established approach within the medical and psychological sciences. In order to avoid recall bias, i.e. past events being remembered inaccurately, the reports can be filled out on a smartphone in real-time and in the natural environment. This is often referred to as ambulatory assessment and the reports are usually triggered at [...]

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Recently some more publications have been accepted or have been published online that present some further results from our joint project on Psychogeography together with our partners from ZI Mannheim and KIT:
In particular the following overview paper about the project is now available as free pdf online:
Reichert, M., Törnros, T., Hoell, A., Dorn, H., Tost, [...]

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Yesterday’s episode of the SWR TV program Odysso - Wissen im SWR was titled “Stadt, Land, Flucht! - Wo lebt es sich am besten?”. It focused on the relation between the environments and stress and gives insights to the Psychogeography project, a cooperation between the Central Institute of Mental Health (ZI) Mannheim, the Karlsruhe [...]

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