Self-monitoring as an assessment strategy in behavioral medicine
Journal/Book: Psychol Assessment. 1999; 11: 750 First St NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, USA. Amer Psychological Assoc. 490-497.
Abstract: This article describes assessment issues in behavioral medicine and a typology of uses of self-monitoring in behavioral medicine assessment. Illustrative examples of the use of self-monitoring in behavioral medicine assessment are presented. Current issues, and methodological concerns, in self-monitoring for behavioral medicine assessment are described along with some ideas for solutions of these issues and concerns.
Note: Article Barton KA, SUNY Albany, Ctr Stress & Anxiety Disorders, 1535 Western Ave, Albany,NY 12203 USA
Keyword(s): EXPERIENCE-SAMPLING METHOD; IRRITABLE-BOWEL-SYNDROME; BACK-PAIN PATIENTS; BLOOD-PRESSURE; SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR; RELIABILITY; ADHERENCE; HEADACHE; ACCURACY; HYPERTENSION