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    Center of expertise

    Tilburg Experience Sampling Center (TESC) is a center of expertise with respect to Experience Sampling Methods research in the broader applied context of health, well-being and adaptiveness. TESC facilitates collaboration between researchers from various disciplines.

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    The study of the individual

    What works for one, doesn’t always work for all. Especially questions in the context of health, well-being and adaptiveness would benefit from studying the mood, thoughts and behaviors of individuals. Experience Sampling is an innovative research method that collects intensive longitudinal data of individuals.

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24 May 2022

EMDR therapy for children using Virtual Reality

Following a therapy session at home using Virtual Reality. How effective is that? That is one of the questions of the collaborative project Follow the Dot to Beat Your Anxiety. The project focuses on children aged 8 to 17 who follow EMDR therapy because of anxiety or trauma symptoms. They continue the therapy at home by using Virtual Reality glasses. Janniek Bragt-de Jong (Medical and Clinical Psychology, Tilburg University) is PhD researcher on the project and tells about the ins and outs.
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17 March 2022

Interview with Joran Jongerling, Methodology and Statistics

Joran Jongerling has been working as a statistician in the Department of Methodology and Statistics at Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences since July 2021. Together with Eeske van Roekel (Developmental Psychology) he is the director of the Tilburg Experience Sampling Center (TESC). Sandra (TESC project manager) talks to Joran about his interest in intensive longitudinal data, his career, and about challenges and developments in the fast-growing field of intensive longitudinal data analyses.
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2 December 2021

REFINE 2.0 – The personal network approach as part of healthcare

About one in three cancer patients will experience chronic fatigue after successful treatment. The REFINE project, which started four years ago, focuses on personal treatment of chronic cancer-related fatigue at the Helen Dowling Institute (HDI). TESC talks to Rosalie van Woezik (HDI) about the results so far, and about REFINE 2.0, a follow-up to the project in which the personal network treatment is being quantitatively tested in the HDI's daily practice.
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    TESC colloquium

    04Oct2022
    Tilburg University - Hybrid

    Colloquium by Drew Hendrickson on data science for Experience Sampling data: what it is, why it’s relevant, and how to do it. In this talk, Drew will present a gentle introduction to the concepts of data science and machine learning with a focus on applications to experience sampling data and the insights these analyses can provide.

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