SAA’s Early Career Research Award

Katie Hoemann (KU Leuven) is the winner of the SAA’s Early Career Research Award 2022! We are looking forward to her exciting keynote contribution, a summary of which we present to you below in advance. CONTEXT-AWARE EXPERIENCE SAMPLING REVEALS THE SCALE OF VARIATION IN AFFECTIVE EXPERIENCE Katie Hoemann*, Zulqarnain Khan*, Mallory Feldman, Catie Nielson, Madeleine

SAA conference 2022 goes virtual

After much consideration and deliberation, and given the current uncertain situation with COVID, we have decided to pivot to an all-virtual SAA Conference for 2022. The conference will be held virtually from June 14th-16th, 2022.  We recognize that this may be disappointing to many, but we also know there are many uncertainties and concerns about

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Do you have postings for jobs in the area of ambulatory assessment? Or interesting lecture series or workshops that could be of interest to other SAA members? If so, you can send them to us (info@ambulatory-assessment.org) and we will share your postings via our new SAA listserv if they are relevant to our members. Of course, this service is free

Call for Methods posts!

Are there particular methodology or statistical techniques that you use in your ambulatory assessment research that might benefit other researchers? Have you recently published a methods paper on a topic related to ambulatory assessment? Do you have a piece of software you have designed that facilitates the collection or analyses of daily life data? If