An introduction to N-of-1 methods in Health Psychology

Date: 9th April 2020

Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Aberdeen Maritime Museum, United Kingdom

​Registration Deadline: 1st April 2020

 

Facilitator: Dr Suzanne McDonald, University of Queensland, Australia

​Summary:

The workshop is open to anyone (DHP-S members and non members) with an interest in learning more about N-of-1 methods. The workshop is introductory so no prior knowledge or experience of N-of-1 methods is required. This workshop will introduce N-of-1 methods and their use in health psychology. N-of-1 studies (or single case studies) are studies where repeated measurements are taken from the same individual over time. For example, using diaries, smartphones or wearable sensors to record variability in experiences and behaviours like pain, smoking, mood, physical activity, food intake, anxiety, stress, self-efficacy etc over time. Such studies can be used to reveal how experiences and behaviours change over time within individuals, test relationships between potential predictors of behaviour over time and measure individual response to intervention.

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