7. Digital Data Capture in the Characterisation of Diurnal Correlates of Mood Instability

      Mood instability and dysregulation of diurnal function are common transdiagnostic features of mental disorder however, the association between them is largely unknown. The emergence of mobile technologies enables us to collect high frequency low friction prospective data. This method of data capture presents the possibility of minimising the inherent bias of retrospective descriptions of psychopathology and allow novel estimates of the underlying diurnal physiology.
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