SAA ECR Awardee 2024: Anna Jori Lücke

The awards committee selected a publication by Dr. Anna Jori Lücke (RWTH Aachen University) for this year’s Early Career Award. The article “Between-Person and Within-Person Associations of Sleep and Working-Memory in the Everyday Lives of Old and Very Old Adults: Initial Level, Learning, and Variability” published in Sleep uses data from an ambulatory assessment study

SAA ECR Award 2024

The Society for Ambulatory Assessment will award the SAA Early Career Award at this year’s conference in Ann Arbor, MI, USA. All current paying SAA members who obtained their doctorate degree within the last three years (i.e., in the calendar year 2021 or later) are eligible to apply. The three-year post-degree eligibility period is extended

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