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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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Projects

14 October 2022

Understanding when and why people develop depression

Everyone feels gloomy from time to time, to a greater or lesser extent, but can you predict when depression is lurking? Jonas Everaert (Medical and Clinical Psychology, Tilburg University and Quantitative Psychology and Individual Differences, KU Leuven) is researching the complex interplay between factors that contribute to the onset and course of depressive symptoms. He is using various methods to identify causal risk mechanisms underlying depression.
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10 October 2022

Interview with Egon Dejonckheere, Medical and Clinical Psychology

Egon Dejonckheere has joined the Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology at Tilburg University, in addition to his appointment at KU Leuven. With a grant from the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO, Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek in Vlaanderen), he is doing (among other topics) research on the data quality of experience sampling studies. He is also involved in the development of the app m-Path, a tool to bring experience sampling to clinical practice. Egon introduces himself and tells TESC about his work.
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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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    TESC Colloquium – Elise Kalokerinos

    06Dec2022
    Tilburg University - Hybrid

    Colloquium by Elise Kalokerinos (the University of Melbourne) on regulating, predicting, and mapping our everyday emotions. Elise is an expert in emotion, motivation, and self-regulation, measured with multiple methods including experience sampling studies conducted in daily life.

    06Dec2022
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    TESC New Year’s Quiz

    10Jan2023
    Tilburg University

    Join the TESC New Year's Quiz 2023! Compete to win a prize together with your team (of max. 3 people)! If you don’t have team members to join the quiz: no problem, you can also form teams on the spot!

    10Jan2023
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    TESC colloquium – Jonas Everaert

    07Feb2023
    Tilburg University - Hybrid

    Colloquium by Jonas Everaert (Tilburg University) on resolving ambiguity in everyday life: A longitudinal investigation of the nature and socio-affective consequences of inflexible negative interpretations linked to depressive symptoms.

    07Feb2023
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