Applications for the Analysis of Intensive Longitudinal Data: Experience Sampling and Ecological Momentary Assessment workshop include an abbreviated curriculum vitae (no more than five pages), a description of why you would like to attend the workshop (no more than 300 words) and a description of how you plan to use the knowledge gained in the future (no more than 300 words). Applications are carefully reviewed using a variety of criteria, as outlined below.
- Preparedness for the course. A curriculum vitae and Personal Statements are reviewed to ascertain whether the applicant is academically prepared for the course.
- Opportunity to use training in future research. Personal statements are reviewed to determine whether applicants will have a strong likelihood to use this training in future research. The applicants' affiliated institutions are also assessed for availability of necessary equipment and resources required to utilize the training in future research.
- Comprehensiveness of Personal Statements. The Personal Statements are also reviewed for clear and comprehensive answers describing the applicants' reasons for applying to the course and goals for using training in future research and teaching. Personal Statements that are incomplete or unclear cannot be fairly evaluated.