Published on in Vol 9, No 7 (2022): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/36828, first published .
Acoustic and Linguistic Features of Impromptu Speech and Their Association With Anxiety: Validation Study

Acoustic and Linguistic Features of Impromptu Speech and Their Association With Anxiety: Validation Study

Acoustic and Linguistic Features of Impromptu Speech and Their Association With Anxiety: Validation Study

Journals

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  4. Teferra B, Borwein S, DeSouza D, Rose J. Screening for Generalized Anxiety Disorder From Acoustic and Linguistic Features of Impromptu Speech: Prediction Model Evaluation Study. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(10):e39998 View
  5. Olah J, Diederen K, Gibbs-Dean T, Kempton M, Dobson R, Spencer T, Cummins N. Online speech assessment of the psychotic spectrum: Exploring the relationship between overlapping acoustic markers of schizotypy, depression and anxiety. Schizophrenia Research 2023;259:11 View
  6. Khoo L, Lim M, Chong C, McNaney R. Machine Learning for Multimodal Mental Health Detection: A Systematic Review of Passive Sensing Approaches. Sensors 2024;24(2):348 View