The Effects of Sampling Frequency and Questionnaire Length on Perceived Burden, Compliance, and Careless Responding in Experience Sampling Data in a Student Population

Gudrun Eisele, Hugo Vachon, Ginette Lafit, Peter Kuppens, Marlies Houben, Inez Myin-Germeys & Wolfgang Viechtbauer
Currently, little is known about the association between assessment intensity, burden, data quantity, and data quality in experience sampling method (ESM) studies. Researchers therefore have insufficient information to make informed decisions about the design of their ESM study. Our aim was to investigate the effects of different sampling frequencies and questionnaire lengths on burden, compliance, and careless responding. Students (n = 163) received either a 30- or 60-item questionnaire three, six, or nine times per...
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