Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) is a data collection method that consists of asking individuals to answer questions pertaining to their behavior, feelings, and experiences in everyday life. While EMA provides benefits compared to retrospective self-reports, the frequency of prompts throughout the day can be burdensome. Leveraging advances in speech recognition and the popularity of conversational assistants, we study the usability of an EMA interface specifically aimed at minimizing the interruption burden caused by EMA… Read more