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This paper presents work on developing an automatic dementia screening test based on patients' ability to interact and communicate -a highly cognitively demanding process where early signs of dementia can often be detected. Such a test would help general practitioners, with no specialist knowledge, make better diagnostic decisions as current tests lack specificity and sensitivity. We investigate the feasibility of basing the test on conversations between a 'talking head' (avatar) and a patientdoi:10.21437/interspeech.2017-690 fatcat:dzgr7m5fifdsrknlxmrbjurehu