Fionneke Bos

Fionneke Bos
University Medical Center Groningen · Department of Psychiatry

Master of Science

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September 2015 - present
University Medical Center Groningen
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2013 - August 2015
University of Groningen
Field of study
  • Research Master Clinical Psychology
September 2010 - August 2013
University of Groningen
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (18)
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Objective: This qualitative study aimed to map the relevance of the experience sampling method (ESM) for psychiatric practice and identify barriers and facilitators for implementation, as perceived by patients and clinicians. Methods: Participants were 22 patients with various diagnoses and 21 clinicians (e.g., psychiatrists, psychologists) who...
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Background: Anhedonia has been linked to worse prognosis of depression. The present study aimed to construct personalized models to elucidate the emotional dynamics of subclinically depressed individuals with versus without symptoms of anhedonia. Methods: Matched subclinically depressed individuals with and without symptoms of anhedonia (N = 40)...
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Background In bipolar disorder treatment, accurate episode prediction is paramount but remains difficult. A novel idiographic approach to prediction is to monitor generic early warning signals (EWS), which may manifest in symptom dynamics. EWS could thus form personalized alerts in clinical care. The present study investigated whether EWS can antic...
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Background Smartphone self-monitoring of mood, symptoms, and contextual factors through ecological momentary assessment (EMA) provides insights into the daily lives of people undergoing psychiatric treatment. Therefore, EMA has the potential to improve their care. To integrate EMA into treatment, a clinical tool that helps clients and clinicians cr...
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(1) Background: Research has shown that it is important to examine depressive symptoms in the light of the mereology (the ratio between one symptom and the whole disorder). The goal of this study was to examine changes in the symptom interrelations of patients undergoing cognitive behavioral therapy treatment (CBT) via network analyses. (2) Method:...
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Background: Smartphone self-monitoring through ecological momentary assessment (EMA) provides insights into the daily lives of people in psychiatric treatment and has the potential to improve their care. Currently, no clinical tools are available that help clients and clinicians with creating personalized EMA diaries and interpreting the gathered d...
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Background. In bipolar disorder treatment, accurate prediction of manic and depressive episodes is paramount but remains difficult. A novel idiographic approach to prediction is to monitor generic early warning signals (EWS), which may manifest in symptom dynamics. EWS could thus form personalized alerts in clinical care. The present study investig...
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The network theory of psychopathology proposes that mental disorders arise from direct interactions between symptoms. This theory provides a promising framework to understand the development and maintenance of mental disorders such as depression. In this narrative review, we summarize the literature on network studies in the field of depression. Fo...
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Introduction For patients with bipolar disorder, early recognition of impending mood episodes is crucial to enable timely intervention. Longitudinal digital mood monitoring using ecological momentary assessment (EMA) enable prospective study of early warning signals (EWS) in momentary affective estates prior to symptom transitions. Objectives The...
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Background. Self-monitoring has been shown to improve the self-management and treatment of patients with bipolar disorder. However, current self-monitoring methods are limited to once-daily retrospectively assessed mood, which may not suit the rapid mood fluctuations in bipolar disorder. The experience sampling method (ESM), which assesses mood in...
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Er zijn al veel studies gedaan die een netwerkbenadering hebben toegepast bij depressie. Hoewel theoretisch aantrekkelijk zijn de uitkomsten van deze studies samen nog nauwelijks geëvalueerd. Dit wordt ook bemoeilijkt doordat de netwerkbenadering op veel verschillende manieren wordt toegepast, waardoor uitkomsten niet altijd direct te vergelijken z...
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Purpose: Recent reviews have questioned the efficacy of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) above placebo response, and their working mechanisms remain unclear. New approaches to understanding the effects of SSRIs are necessary to enhance their efficacy. The aim of this study was to explore the possibilities of using cross-sectional ne...
Poster
First results of an ongoing study in which we implement ESM in the treatment of bipolar disorder. Presented on the conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment (SAA), June 2017.
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Experience sampling methods (ESM) and ecological momentary assessment (EMA) offer insight into daily life experiences, including symptoms of mental disorders. The application of ESM/EMA in psychopharmacology can be a valuable addition to more traditional measures such as retrospective self-report questionnaires because they may help reveal the impa...

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We're using multiple approaches to investigate how experience sampling (ESM) may be used in clinical practice. 1. Qualitatively assess via interviews and focus groups how patients and clinicians view the application of ESM in clinical practice. 2. Implement ESM in the diagnosis of first psychosis, and qualitatively observe if and how ESM (and feedback derived from it) may lead to more insight and targets for treatment. 3. Implement ESM in the treatment of bipolar disorder, and qualitatively observe if and how ESM monitoring and feedback may lead to more insight and behavioral change.