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Standardized Versus Personalized Mobile Alcohol Approach Bias Measurement

Balci, J. (2019) Standardized Versus Personalized Mobile Alcohol Approach Bias Measurement.

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Abstract:Aims: The present study aims to compare the psychometric properties of the standardized with the personalized alcohol approach bias measurement of the Breindebaas app. Additionally, the associations with the number of personalized alcoholic stimuli will be exploratively researched. Method: Twenty-seven participants took part in a cross-sectional validity study. All participants individually completed an online questionnaire, and a standardized and a personalized alcohol approach bias measurement in the Breindebaas app. Eventually, the data of 14 participants was used in the analyses. Results: The correlation analysis between the two alcohol approach bias measurements was not significant. Also, the two alcohol approach bias measurements were not significantly positively correlated with the three self-report constructs. Next, there was no significant mean alcohol approach bias score difference between the two alcohol approach bias measurements. Furthermore, there were no significant associations between the number of personalized alcoholic stimuli and several participants’ demographic characteristics. Conclusions: This study indicated that a personalized approach to measure the alcohol approach bias, did not provide an added value to measure the alcohol approach bias. Also, the amount of personalization was not associated with relevant results. However, due to a number of reasons, no firm conclusions can be drawn from this study.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:77 psychology
Programme:Psychology BSc (56604)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/79141
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