Primary Advisor: Prof. Dr. Tanja Lischetzke (University of Koblenz-Landau)
Additional Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Thorsten Meiser, Prof. Dr. Sabine Sonnentag
Dissertation Proposal: Reactivity Effects in Ambulatory Assessment Effects of participant burden on psychometric properties
Hasselhorn, K., Ottenstein, C., & Lischetzke. T. (in press). Modeling careless responding in ambulatory assessment studies using multilevel latent class analysis: Factors influencing careless responding. Psychological Methods.
Hasselhorn, K., Ottenstein, C., & Lischetzke, T. (2021). The effects of assessment intensity on participant burden, compliance, within-person variance, and within-person relationships in ambulatory assessment. Behavior Research Methods, 54, 1541–1558. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428–021-01683–6
Hasselhorn, K. (2022, September 10–15). The Effects of Questionnaire Length on Response Styles in Ambulatory Assessment [Talk]. 52nd Congress of the German Psychological Society. Hildesheim, Germany.
Hasselhorn, K. (2022). The Effect of Sampling Frequency on Careless Responding in an Ambulatory Assessment Study: An Application of Multigroup Multilevel Latent Class Analysis [Talk]. 8th Conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment. Columbia, USA.
Hasselhorn, K. (2021, September 15–17). The Effect of Sampling Frequency on Careless Responding in an Ambulatory Assessment Study [Talk]. 15th Conference of the Section 'Methods and Evaluation' in the German Psychological Society (DGPs). Mannheim, Germany.
Hasselhorn, K. (2021, July). The Effects of Assessment Intensity on Participant Burden, Compliance, Within-Person Variance, and Within-Person Relationships in Ambulatory Assessment [Talk]. 7th Conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment. Zurich, Switzerland.
Hasselhorn, K. (2019, June). Reactivity effects in ambulatory assessment Effects of participant burden on intraindividual variability. Poster at the 34th IOPS/