This section contains the sub-selection of papers in which we either published original data, or that are completely reproducible due to open data. I deserve none of the credit, all data were collected by other researchers/labs.
- Fried, Papanikolaou & Epskamp (2020). Mental Health and Social Contact During the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study. Submitted to Clinical Psychological Science. PDF, Data.
- Vervaet, Puttevils, Hoekstra, Fried & Vanderhasselt (2020). Transdiagnostic vulnerability factors in eating disorders: A network analysis. European Eating Disorders Review. Data.
- Faelens et al. (2019). Negative influences of Facebook use through the lens of network analysis. Computers in Human Behavior. PDF, Data.
- Briganti, Fried & Linkowski (2018). Network analysis of Contingencies of Self-Worth Scale in 680 university students. Psychiatry Research.
- Aalbers et al. (2018). Social Media and Depression Symptoms: A Network Perspective. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. PDF, Data.
- Briganti et al. (2018). Network analysis of empathy items from the Interpersonal Reactivity Index in 1973 young adults. Psychiatry Research. PDF, Data.
- Santos et al. (2018). Longitudinal network structure of depression symptoms and self-efficacy in low- income mothers. PLoS ONE. PDF, Data.
- Epskamp & Fried (2018). A Tutorial on Regularized Partial Correlation Networks. Psychological Methods. PDF, Data.
- von Stockert et al. (2018). Evaluating the stability of DSM-5 PTSD symptom network structure in a national sample of U.S. military veterans. Journal of Affective Disorders. PDF, Data.
- Haslbeck & Fried (2017). How Predictable are Symptoms in Psychopathological Networks? A Reanalysis of 18 Published Datasets. Psychological Medicine. PDF, Data.
- Armour, Fried* et al. (2017). A Network Analysis of DSM-5 posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and correlates in U.S. military veterans. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. PDF, Data.
- Epskamp, Borsboom & Fried (2017). Estimating psychological networks and their accuracy: a tutorial paper. Behavioral Research Methods. PDF, Data.
Generally, openpsychometrics has dozens of psychometric datasets with tens of thousands of observations; the focus is on personality tests but other constructs like depression are also measured in some of the data. And I haven’t looked into this Github repository in detail, but it appears to have a large collection of open mental health data, with a focus on social media use.