Koen Niemeijer

KU Leuven
Quantitative Psychology and Individual Differences

On 16 October 2023 Koen Niemeijer defended his thesis: The Promise of Mobile Sensing for Predicting Momentary Emotions at the university of Leuven.

On 21 September 2023 Koen Niemeijer defended his thesis Affect dynamics within a dynamical environment: On computational models and measurement at the university of Leuven.

Project
Tracking mood and mood disorder using mobile sensing

Smartphones are ubiquitous in today’s society and harvest a wealth of information about people’s behavior. At the same time, mood disorders are highly prevalent and incur a large cost for individuals, their social environment, and society. The aim of this project is to study the potential of mobile sensing data (data about people’s behavior that can automatically be collected by smartphones) to predict people’s mood states and their risk for mood disorder. The planned research consists of the combination of experience sampling methods and mobile sensing data in both clinical and non-clinical populations.

Supervisors
Peter Kuppens, Merijn Mestdagh

Financed by

Period
2019 – 2023