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date: 08 April 2020

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This chapter summarizes briefly recent developments in the area of intensive longitudinal data analysis. These data arise frequently in technology-enabled research studies. Attention is given to the important theoretical distinction of idiographic versus nomothetic inference, in part because the longer and rich series frequently available when devices are used for measurement supports new and profitable inferential opportunities in the idiographic arena of modeling. Additionally, the advent of technology-based measurement and associated opportunities in study deployment and modeling are discussed. Some concerns about the role of reactivity in current and emerging studies are outlined.

Keywords: Intensive longitudinal data, idiographic-nomothetic distinction, microsensors, technology-enabled research studies

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