New Paper on Depression for Cognitive Computation

We have published another paper about depression for Cognitive Computation:

N.Aloshban, A.Esposito and A.Vinciarelli, “What You Say Or How You Say It? Depression Detection Through Joint Modelling of Linguistic and Acoustic Aspects of Speech“, accepted for publication by Cognitive Computation, to appear 2020.

The key-point of the paper is that depression and control participants tend to. manifest their condition in different ways. In particular, while depressed individuals tend to show their pathology through nonverbal behaviour (how they speak), control ones tend to do it through their lexical choices (what they say). To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time that such an observation has been made in the literature.

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