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A depression recognition method for college students using deep integrated support vector algorithm

Yan Ding, Xuemei Chen, Qiming Fu, Shan Zhong
2020 IEEE Access  
Simulation experiments verify that the proposed depression recognition scheme can detect potential depression patients in the college student population through Sina Weibo data.  ...  INDEX TERMS Depression recognition, deep integrated support vector machine, college students, Sina Weibo.  ...  Depression patients are more inclined to publish their own real speech on this platform, which is relatively active.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2987523 fatcat:anapeh3q6rakznhfnuzl7jbfuq

Impact of depression on speech perception in noise

Zilong Xie, Benjamin D. Zinszer, Meredith Riggs, Christopher G. Beevers, Bharath Chandrasekaran, Shane Lindsay
2019 PLoS ONE  
Here, we examined speech perception in individuals who were clinically diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD) relative to neurotypical controls.  ...  This depression-related listening condition-specific pattern in recognition errors was not observed for other error types.  ...  Phelps in stimulus preparation. We thank the research assistants at the Soundbrain lab for their invaluable assistance in data management and analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0220928 pmid:31415624 pmcid:PMC6695097 fatcat:xpcd3jbaznhfddlesz3t77bvhq

Page 925 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 79, Issue 3 [page]

1992 Psychological Abstracts  
rating scales [Beck Depression Inventory, Carrol Rating Scale for Depression, Zung Self-rating Depression Scale (SDS), Visual Analogue Scale (VAS)] — concordance between clinical assessments and self-reports  ...  The BRIAAC is also valuable in assessing children who are considered “untestable” because of their inability or dis- inclination to cooperate in a formal testing situation.  ... 

Passive and In-Situ assessment of mental and physical well-being using mobile sensors

Mashfiqui Rabbi, Shahid Ali, Tanzeem Choudhury, Ethan Berke
2011 Proceedings of the 13th international conference on Ubiquitous computing - UbiComp '11  
In addition, we present a case study that highlights how errors in assessment due to the subjective nature of the responses could potentially be avoided by continuous mobile sensing.  ...  In this paper, we show the feasibility of a multi-modal mobile sensing system to simultaneously assess mental and physical health.  ...  If two individuals are in the same physical environment and engaged in a conversation, they will take turns in speaking, which will result in high mutual information between the two sensor streams.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2030112.2030164 pmid:25285324 pmcid:PMC4180507 dblp:conf/huc/RabbiACB11 fatcat:syvig3rnxnfw3ddrrwuvzsodby

LSSED: a large-scale dataset and benchmark for speech emotion recognition [article]

Weiquan Fan, Xiangmin Xu, Xiaofen Xing, Weidong Chen, Dongyan Huang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In addition, we release some pre-trained models based on LSSED, which can not only promote the development of speech emotion recognition, but can also be transferred to related downstream tasks such as  ...  Speech emotion recognition is a vital contributor to the next generation of human-computer interaction (HCI).  ...  In [1] , Schuller et al. applies continuous Hidden Markov Models (HMM) to introduce SER with a self-collected speech corpus.  ... 
arXiv:2102.01754v1 fatcat:mtwu24anfjhlbequnzq3ucttze

Sniffing around oxytocin: review and meta-analyses of trials in healthy and clinical groups with implications for pharmacotherapy

M J Bakermans-Kranenburg, M H van IJzendoorn
2013 Translational Psychiatry  
In individuals with untoward childhood experiences, positive behavioral or neurobiological effects seem lowered or absent.  ...  In healthy participants, intranasally administered OT leads to better emotion recognition and more trust in conspecifics, but the effects appear to be moderated by context (perceived threat of the 'out-group  ...  Mah et al. 106 Depression 25 28 (19-38) 0 Mood Self-assessment Manikin Pincus et al. 105 Depression 8 35 (26-60) 0 Emotion recognition Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test Averbeck et al.  ... 
doi:10.1038/tp.2013.34 pmid:23695233 pmcid:PMC3669921 fatcat:wax65zqpr5hmpl77aqhvogyriq

Recall, Recognition and Priming Characteristics of Middle School Students with Depressive Symptoms

Yu Guang, Dajun Zhang, Zhengzhi Feng
2015 Psychology  
These findings reveal that there would be negative biases of recall, recognition and priming in middle school students with depressive symptoms.  ...  The results showed 1) there was no significant difference in the recall of social information processing between experimental and control group; 2) the recognition of social information processing related  ...  in Sichuan Province, Huayang middle school in Sichuan Province, and Nanchong middle school in Sichuan Province.  ... 
doi:10.4236/psych.2015.613172 fatcat:6moeh4cptzfmrdrlmokmxbygrq

Human Behavioral Analysis Based on Handwriting Recognition and Text Processing
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Poorna Banerjee Dasgupta, Nirma Institute of Technology
2018 International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology  
Behavioral characteristics are one of the primary features that help in differentiating one person from another.  ...  the obtained results with futuristic artificial intelligence systems that can employ text processing and handwriting recognition as individualistic signatory features.  ...  It represents self-esteem of the writer, selfconcept, how much an individual appreciates oneself, degree of introversion or extroversion, and degree of self-confidence [6, 7] .  ... 
doi:10.14445/22312803/ijctt-v64p101 fatcat:7c7cb7ho2jfafeobeydyzqsls4

Page 254 of Catholic School Journal Vol. 35, Issue 10 [page]

1935 Catholic School Journal  
Faith in the adolescent is therefore something more than faith in youth in general; it is a recognition and approval of the possibilities of the individual ado- lescent.  ...  Inasmuch as youth is particularly given to depression and lack of confidence, the teacher’s confi- dence is doubly necessary. Adolescence has high ideals ‘A.  ... 

Emotional poetry and the preference judgment

June. E Downey
1915 Psychological review  
Tbu relies almost wholly upon inner speech and is strongly inclined to accept the imageless thought proposition.  ...  Tbu reports little self-reference except that in inner speech he is at once speaker and listener. A grouping on the basis of the inner speech effects some changes in the distribution of subjects.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0071633 fatcat:tfdwee6s5rgivnjcmomljeyvsa

Machine Learning-Based Behavioral Diagnostic Tools for Depression: Advances, Challenges, and Future Directions

Thalia Richter, Barak Fishbain, Gal Richter-Levin, Hadas Okon-Singer
2021 Journal of Personalized Medicine  
In recent years, many studies have achieved promising results in detecting and diagnosing depression based on machine learning (ML) analysis.  ...  The paper's overarching aim is to serve as a first step in synthetizing existing knowledge about ML-based behavioral diagnosis studies in order to develop interventions and individually tailored treatments  ...  in order to examine the automatic inclination.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jpm11100957 pmid:34683098 fatcat:fms7g6ryw5e2jmkpnlc5bpc34y

Social skills deficits associated with depression

Chris Segrin
2000 Clinical Psychology Review  
Evidence of social skills deficits in children with depression and in people with bipolar disorder is also examined.  ...  Conceptualizations of social skills are examined followed by evidence from self-report, observer-rating, and behavioral assessments of depressed people's social skills.  ...  In addition, depressed subjects in this study were more inclined to emit unsolicited selfdisclosures, and were more likely to self-disclose following a partner self-disclosure, than were the nondepressed  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0272-7358(98)00104-4 pmid:10779900 fatcat:rxdj5s7zt5gatpuveolqnvearu

Allure of negative feedback: Self-verification strivings among depressed persons

William B. Swann, Richard M. Wenzlaff, Douglas S. Krull, Brett W. Pelham
1992 Journal of Abnormal Psychology  
In relation to nondepressed college students ( n = 28), depressives ( n = 13) preferred interaction partners who evaluated them unfavorably (Study 1).  ...  Similarly, in relation to nondepressives ( n = 106), depressives ( n = 10) preferred friends or dating partners who evaluated them unfavorably (Study 2).  ...  Self-verification and depression in Study 1.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0021-843x.101.2.293 pmid:1583224 fatcat:jacjk36dxrgwparqdoc45o6rui

NUMBER OF FRIENDS IN SCHOOL AND THE LEVEL OF SELFCONFIDENCE OF THE STUDENTS

Moneva Jerald, Villegas Honey Me
2020 Zenodo  
This study aims to assess the relationship between the number of friends in school and the level of self-confidence of the students in Jagobiao National High School-Senior High Department.  ...  Those who have high level of self-confidence tend to have positive outlook on his capacities.  ...  On the contrary, having high number of friends among teenagers plays a vital role in enhancing their self-confidence in relation to public taking like debates or speech [3] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3647557 fatcat:jsx5jos6dvbwlmwoxrhp7vnudu

Allure of negative feedback: Self-verification strivings among depressed persons

William B. Swann, Richard M. Wenzlaff, Douglas S. Krull, Brett W. Pelham
1992 Journal of Abnormal Psychology  
In relation to nondepressed college students ( n = 28), depressives ( n = 13) preferred interaction partners who evaluated them unfavorably (Study 1).  ...  Similarly, in relation to nondepressives ( n = 106), depressives ( n = 10) preferred friends or dating partners who evaluated them unfavorably (Study 2).  ...  Self-verification and depression in Study 1.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0021-843x.101.2.293 pmid:1583222 fatcat:ehain4w5ava6xac4qklseffmf4
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