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Although based on selfreport, the naturalistic ESM can circumvent some memory and other biases that occur in more global reports. Because people are randomly signaled at many points in time and their moods in their natural life settings are recorded, a more fine-grained record of their experience of well-being is obtained. ESM yields information on how SWB varies across situations and time. Kahneman (1999) argued that ESM ought to be the primary measure of SWB, and Stone, Schiffman, DeVries, and Frijters (1999) reviewed work in this area.
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