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Title: Reciprocal interrelations between subjective psychological well-being and passive smartphone indicators of social activity and mobility
Authors: Cohrdes, Caroline
Steinmetz, Holger
Edler, Johanna-Sophie
Schoedel, Ramona
Stachl, Clemens
Issue Date: 15-May-2020
Abstract: Being socially integrated and actively engaged represent central factors related to subjective psychological well-being (SPWB). One way to measure socially related activity and mobility is passive mobile sensing. Based on recent findings, the present study examines Bluetooth and Global Positioning System (GPS) signals as indications of social activity and mobility over a period of six months derived from the longitudinal PhoneStudy data. With the help of a Random Intercept Cross Lagged Panel Model we will investigate reciprocal interrelations between variations in passive social activity and mobility indicators and self-reported SPWB over time, while taking relevant individual (i.e., personality) and situational (i.e. public distancing measures) characteristics into account. Implications for public health research and the promotion of SPWB will be discussed.
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