Temporal considerations for self-report research using Short Message Service
BACKGROUND: When using Short Message Service (SMS) as a tool for data collection in psychological research, participants can be contacted at any time. AIMS: This study examined how sampling frequency and time of day of contact impacted on response rates, response completeness, and response delay in repeated measures data collected via SMS. METHOD: Eighty five undergraduate students completed a six-item self-report questionnaire via SMS, in response to twenty SMS prompts sent on a random...[Show more]
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