SAA 2013 Program

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Wednesday, June 19, location: VU University, Transitorium Building

14.00 – 17.00 Pre-conference Workshops (double track):
  Eco de Geus:
  Ambulatory recording of the electrocardiogram & the impedance cardiogram
  Ellen Hamaker:
  Time series Analysis of Ambulatory Data

Thursday, June 20, location: Pakhuis de Zwijger

08.30 – 09.00 Registration
Hall De Zwijger  
09.00 – 09.10 Opening Main Conference
Grote Zaal  
09.10 – 10.00 Plenary Session, Chair: Thomas Kubiak
Grote Zaal Thomas Kamarck: Teachable Moments: Using Ambulatory Methods to Characterize Psychosocial Contributions to Cardiovascular Disease Risk
10.00 – 10.30 Coffee break
10.30 – 12.00 Paper Session “Connecting domains” Chair: Eco de Geus
Grote Zaal Timothy J. Trull, Paul Baskett, Sandeep Ravi, Sean Lander, Yi Shang:
  Development of a Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) for Assessing Emotion Dysregulation, Craving, and Alcohol Use
  Femke Lamers, Lihong Cui, Joel Swendson, Kathleen R. Merinkangas:
  Combined activity-electronic diary assessment of mood states in a community-based sample
  Frank H. Wilhelm, Monique C. Pfaltz, Andrea H. Meyer, Tanja Michael:
  Intrusions and physiological hyperarousal in daily life in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder
  Christine Kuehner, Vera Zamoscik, Ulrich Ebner-Priemer, Silke Huffziger, Peter Kirsch:
  Neurobiological correlates of daily-life rumination in remitted depressed and healthy individuals
  Ann Kathrin S. Gerteis, Andreas Schwerdtfeger:
  When rumination counts: Signals of safety and heart rate variability in the field
  Holger Hill:
  The investigation of brain functions in ecological settings using electroencephalography. A methodological challenge and perspective
10.30 – 12.00 Paper Session “AA in Therapy” Chair: Ulrich Ebner-Priemer
Kleine Zaal Heleen Riper, Lisanne Warmerdam, Michel Kleijn, Jan Smit, Pim Cuijpers:
  MoodBuster: Smart Depression Screening, Monitoring and Treatment
  Claudia J.P. Simons, Ingrid M.A. Kramer, Jessica A. de Wild – Hartmann, Jim van Os, Marieke Wichers:
  A therapeutic application of experience sampling in the treatment of depression – Part 1: A randomized controlled trial examining effectiveness and feasibility
  Jessica A. de Wild – Hartmann, Claudia Menne – Lothmann, Jim van Os, Marieke Wichers, Claudia J.P. Simons:
  A therapeutic application of experience sampling in the treatment of depression – Part 2: Impact of momentary assessment based feedback on daily life affective patterns
  Peter Kuppens:
  Emotional Inertia
  Silke Huffziger, Ulrich Ebner – Priemer, Vera Zamoscik, Peter Kirsch, Christine Kuehner:
  Induced attention focusing in daily life: an ambulatory assessment study in remitted depressed patients and healthy controls
  Andrew J. Waters, William Kerst:
  Use of Ecological Momentary Assessment for Cognitive Assessment and Intervention in Addiction
12.00 – 13.30 Lunch & Poster Sessions
Meeting Room (click the link to see the list of presenters)
13.30 – 15.00 Symposium: Genetics and Ambulatory Monitoring Chair: Tamlin S. Connor
Grote Zaal Patrick Finan:
  Dynamic Assessment of Complex Phenotypes: Applications for Ambulatory Monitoring in Candidate Gene Studies
  Ruud Van Winkel:
  Experience sampling as an informative approach to study gene-environment interaction in non-affective psychosis
  Zhaoli Song:
  The Oxytocin receptor genetic variation, affect similarity and empathy between married couples: An experience sampling study using mobile phones
13.30 – 15.00 Paper Session “AA in stress research” Chair: Thomas Kubiak
Kleine Zaal Keisuke K.T. Takano, Iijima Y.I. Yudai, Yoshihiko Y.T. Tanno:
  Attentional bias amplifies the negative emotional influence of daily stressful events
  Hiroe Kikuchi, Kazuhiro Yoshiuchi, Yoshiharu Yamamoto, Tetsuya Ando:
  Do psychological factors aggravate and trigger tension-type headache in real life?
  Johanna J.M. Doerr:
  Effect of previous-day stress levels on mental fatigue and reduced motivation – the moderating role of sleep quality
  Matthijs M. Noordzij, Marleen M.E. Laroy – Noordzij:
  Longitudinal electrodermal recordings of mentally disabled individuals and their caretakers
  Annette Brose, Florian Schmiedek:
  Reactivity to stressful events: Differentiating individuals according to their mode of reactivity
  Regina K.S. Studer, Brigitta D. Danuser, Horst H. Hildebrandt, Patrick G. Gomez:
  Musicians’ psychophysiological activation before, during, and after performance and the moderating effect of anxiety
15.00 – 15.30 Tea break
15.30 – 16.30 Plenary Session Chair: Inez Germeys
Grote Zaal Marieke Wichers: New approaches in understanding and treating depression using experience sampling
19.30 Student Social (local organiser: Martin Gevonden)

Friday, June 21, location: Pakhuis de Zwijger

08.00 – 09.00 Registration
Hall De Zwijger  
09:00 – 10:00 Plenary Session Chair: Tamlin S. Connor
Grote Zaal Joshua Smyth: Ecological Momentary Interventions (EMI): Personalized Medicine 2.0?
10.00 – 10.30 Coffee break
10.30 – 12.00 Symposium: Emerging Technologies for behavioural assessment in natural environments Chair: Matthew Goodwin
Grote Zaal Kristof van Laerhoven:
  Beyond Actigraphy: Discovery of Routines and Activities with Wearable Sensors
  Roy Raymann:
  Emerging Technologies for Measuring Sleep in Natural Environments
  Jurgen Stumpp:
  Towards a Universal Platform for Ambulatory Assessment
10.30 – 12.00 Paper session “Innovation in AA methodology” Chair: Dominik Schoebi
Kleine Zaal Patrick E. Shrout, Sean P. Lane:
  Measurement Error Effects in Diary Assessments
  Tanja Lischetzke:
  Differences in negative emotion differentiation within and between individuals: An application of multilevel latent class analysis
  Christopher Burton, Maria Wolters, Colin Matheson, Srini Janarthanam, Help4Mood Consortium:
  From GIGO to MIMO: Using visualisation and natural language generation for feedback on ambulatory assessment
  Eve Carlson, Nigel Field, Josef Ruzek, Richard Bryant, Constance Dalenberg:
  Feasibility, utility, psychometric properties, reactivity, and capacity to elucidate mechanisms of change of Proximal Intensive Assessment
  Tineke Lataster:
  Evidence for a two-factor positive and negative affect structure in daily life: presenting the Maastricht Momentary Mood Questionnaire (3MQ)
  Charlotte Arndt, Tanja Lischetzke, Claudia Crayen, Michael Eid:
  Occasion specificity and situational conditions of momentary clarity of feelings: Two daily life studies
12.00 – 13.30 Lunch & Poster Sessions
Meeting Room (click the link to see the list of presenters)
13.30 – 15.00 Paper Session “Biology X Environment interactions” Chair: Inez Germeys
Grote Zaal Jindra M. Bakker, Ritsaert Lieverse, Claudia Menne – Lothmann, Nicole Geschwind, Frenk Peeters, Marieke Wichers:
  Therapygenetics in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy: do genes impact on therapy-induced change in real-life reward experience?
  Mario Wenzel, Thomas Kubiak, Tamlin Conner:
  Self-control strategies in daily life: A daily diary study about the interplay of situational factors, personality, and genetics on self-control success
  Claudia Menne - Lothmann:
  Gene-environment interaction in daily life reward experience
  Dina Collip:
  Bridging brain and real-life behaviour: Mapping momentary transfer of psychosis in daily life to alterations in dopamine reactivity
  Steven Moore:
  Long-term ambulatory monitoring of motor fluctuations in Parkinson’s disease
  Caterina Gawrilow, Nadine Langguth, Lena Guderjahn, Johanna Schmidt, Gertraudt Stadler:
  Ambulatory assessment methods as an approach for detecting hyperactivity symptoms in children and adolescents at risk for and with diagnosed ADHD
13.30 – 15.00 Paper Session “AA in Interventions” Chair: Eco de Geus
Kleine Zaal Mariya Shiyko, Magy Seif El-Nasr, Carmen Sceppa, Shree Durga, Pamela Naabe:
  Using Social Gaming Environment to Promote Healthy Eating and Exercising
  Jan K. Kühnhausen, Judith D. Dirk, Florian S. Schmiedek:
  Individual classification of elementary school children’s physical activity: A time-efficient group-based approach to reference-measurements
  Jimi Huh, Mariya Shiyko, Genevieve Dunton, Stefan Keller, Susan M. Schembre:
  Time-Varying Relationship Between Momentary Perceived Stress and Hunger on Weekdays and Weekends
  Saskia G.M. Wouters, Viviane Thewissen, Lilian Lechner, Nele E. Jacobs:
  Snackimpuls: a smartphone application to study snacking behaviour in daily life
  Eliane Dominok, Simone Nadine Löffler, Panagiota Anastasopoulou, Stefan Hey, Gerd Gidion:
  The road to hell is paved with good intentions - Ambulatory Assessment Intervention (AAI) to reduce procrastination in academic settings – A pilot study
  Empty Slot
15.00 – 15.30 Tea break
15.30 – 16.30 General Assembly
Kleine Zaal  
19.00 Banquet at Restaurant In de Waag

Saturday, June 22, location: Pakhuis de Zwijger

08.30 – 10.00 Paper Session “EMA in Psychopathology” Chair: Matthias Mehl
Grote Zaal Ingrid Kramer, Claudia J.P. Simons, Marieke Wichers, Inez Myin – Germeys:
  Time-lagged moment-to-moment interplay between negative affect and paranoia: new insights in the affective pathway to psychosis
  Norm O’Rourke:
  Bipolar Affective Disorder and older Adults (BADAS) Study
  Hans M. Koot:
  Adolescent Internalizing/Externalizing Problems and the Dynamics of Feelings
  Sandrine Pihet, Maya Suter, Jill de Ridder:
  EMA goes to jail: feasibility, reliability, and insights into the daily experience of incarcerated juvenile offenders
  Lydia Shrier, Craig Ross, Emily Blood:
  Momentary Positive and Negative Affect Preceding Marijuana Use Events in Youth
  Koen Hogenelst, Marije aan het Rot:
  Social behaviour and mood in individuals at risk for depression: Investigating the role of serotonin
10.00 – 10.30 Coffee break
10.30 – 12.00 Open Paper Session Chair: Peter Wilhelm
Grote Zaal Jonas M.J. Hoffmann, Peter Wilhelm:
  Indexing emotion regulation ability in the field: Comparison of laboratory-based measures to real-life data
  Jill de Ridder:
  High-risk adolescents with callous-unemotional traits: perception of anger and distress in staff of residential facilities in daily life
  Nikolaus Kleindienst:
  Frequency of intrusions and flashbacks in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder related to childhood sexual abuse: An electronic diary study
  Philip S .Santangelo, Susanne K.H. Koudela – Hamila, Ulrich Ebner – Priemer:
  Instability of self-esteem and affect in patients with Borderline Personality Disorder – findings and methodological considerations
  Nele Jacobs, Lilian Lechner, André Brouwer, Marjan Nijkamp, Viviane Thewissen:
  Resilience disentangled? Results from a momentary assessment study of resilience in the daily life of a general population sample
  Izabela Krejtz, John Nezlek, Anna Michnicka, Pawel Holas, Marzena Rusanowska:
  Dealing with daily stress – the buffering role of counting one’s blessings
12.00 – 12.15 Awards & Closing Ceremony
Grote Zaal  
13.00 – 15.00 SAA Executive Committee Meeting