PETRA is based on research that demonstrates the utility of ESM for psychiatric practice. Here you can find the relevant publications of the PETRA team.

Bos, F.M., Snippe, E., Bruggeman, R., Wichers, M., & van der Krieke, L. Insights of patients and clinicians on the promise of the experience sampling method for psychiatric care. Psychiatric Services, 2019, 70(11), 983-991.

Kramer, I., Simons, C. J., Hartmann, J. A., Menne‐Lothmann, C., Viechtbauer, W., Peeters, F., … & van Os, J. (2014). A therapeutic application of the experience sampling method in the treatment of depression: a randomized controlled trial. World Psychiatry, 13(1), 68-77.

Kroeze, R., Van der Veen, D. C., Servaas, M. N., Bastiaansen, J. A., Oude Voshaar, R. C., Borsboom, D., Ruhe, H. G., Schoevers, R. A., Riese, H. (2017). Personalized feedback on symptom dynamics of psychopathology: A proof-of-principle study. Journal of Person-Oriented Research, 3, 1–10.

Riese , H., Wichers, M. (2019). Comment on: Eronen, M.I. (2019). The levels problem in psychopathology. Psychological Medicine, 1–2.

Riese, H., Zuidersma, M., Bos, F.M. (2020). Comment on: Pavlova, B., and Uher, R. Assessment of psychopathology: Is asking questions good enough? JAMA Psychiatry.

Simons, C.J.P., …, & Wichers, M. (2017). Economic evaluation of an experience sampling method intervention in depression compared with treatment as usual using data from a randomized controlled trial. BMC Psychiatry, 17(1): 415.

Simons, C.J.P., … & Wichers, M. (2015). Effects of momentary self-monitoring on empowerment in a randomized controlled trial in patients with depression. European Psychiatry, 30(8), 900-906.


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