Joshua M. Smyth

Psychology Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Clinical Psychology
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Whittington MD, Goggin K, Tsolekile L, et al. (2023) Cost-effectiveness of : an adaptation of the diabetes prevention programme for delivery by community health workers in urban South Africa. Global Health Action. 16: 2212952
Stone AA, Schneider S, Smyth JM, et al. (2023) Shedding light on participant selection bias in Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) studies: Findings from an internet panel study. Plos One. 18: e0282591
Schneider S, Junghaenel DU, Smyth JM, et al. (2023) Just-in-time adaptive ecological momentary assessment (JITA-EMA). Behavior Research Methods
Jones DR, Ruiz JM, Schreier HMC, et al. (2023) Mean affect and affect variability may interact to predict inflammation. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Stone AA, Schneider S, Smyth JM. (2022) Evaluation of Pressing Issues in Ecological Momentary Assessment. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology
DeMeo NN, Smyth JM, Scott SB, et al. (2022) Introversion and the Frequency and Intensity of Daily Uplifts and Hassles. Journal of Personality
Catley D, Puoane T, Tsolekile L, et al. (2022) Evaluation of an adapted version of the Diabetes Prevention Program for low- and middle-income countries: A cluster randomized trial to evaluate "Lifestyle Africa" in South Africa. Plos Medicine. 19: e1003964
Graham-Engeland J, DeMeo NN, Jones DR, et al. (2022) Individuals with both higher recent negative affect and physical pain have higher levels of C-reactive protein. Brain, Behavior, & Immunity - Health. 21: 100431
Cerino ES, Schneider S, Stone AA, et al. (2022) Little evidence for consistent initial elevation bias in self-reported momentary affect: A coordinated analysis of ecological momentary assessment studies. Psychological Assessment
Jones DR, Smyth JM, Graham-Engeland JE. (2021) Associations between positively valenced affect and health behaviors vary by arousal. Applied Psychology. Health and Well-Being
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