June 10-12 Short Courses

Introduction to Experience Sampling Methods: Design and Measurement

Dr. Joel Koopman

Course Description

Join us for an enlightening workshop on “Experience Sampling: Design and Measurement,” where we delve into the dynamic world of within-individual research methodologies. This comprehensive course will guide you through the theoretical underpinnings of experience sampling and related methodologies, offering a deep understanding of its significance in capturing real-time, real-world data. We’ll explore the practicalities of study logistics, ensuring you’re well-equipped to design and execute studies with precision and efficiency. Dive into the intricacies of survey design, learning how to craft questions that yield meaningful and reliable responses. Additionally, we’ll cover effective survey administration techniques, focusing on timing, frequency, and response optimization to ensure high-quality data collection. Whether you’re a faculty member or PhD student, with experience in this approach or interested in trying it out, this workshop will provide you with the essential tools and knowledge to excel in the field of within-individual research.

Event Information

June 10-12, 2024

Mon/Tue: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT
Wed: 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EDT

Wayne State University
Mike Ilitch School of Business

Meet the Instructor

Joel Koopman, a TJ Barlow Professor of Business Administration at Mays Business School, holds a Ph.D. from Michigan State University and degrees from the University of Florida. His research expertise encompasses prosocial behavior, organizational justice, motivational processes, and research methodology, with published work in prestigious journals like AMJ, AMR, JAP, PPsych, and OBHDP. He is an Associate Editor at OBHDP and serves on editorial boards, having received accolades including Academy of Management HR Division awards and the SIOP Distinguished Early Career Contributions award in 2022. A dedicated contributor, he also serves on the Leadership Committee for the HR Division of the Academy of Management.

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