Allen Institute for AI, University of Washington
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Grounded Situation Recognition
- Sarah Pratt, Mark Yatskar, Luca Weihs, Ali Farhadi, Aniruddha Kembhavi
- Computer ScienceECCV
- 26 March 2020
A Joint Situation Localizer is proposed and it is found that jointly predicting situations and groundings with end-to-end training handily outperforms independent training on the entire grounding metric suite with relative gains between 8% and 32%.
Long-term outcomes of a randomized trial of integrated skills training and preventive healthcare for older adults with serious mental illness.
Interactive risk factors for treatment adherence in a chronic psychotic disorders population
The impact of skills training on cognitive functioning in older people with serious mental illness.
Adolescents' Use of Digital Technologies and Preferences for Mobile Health Coaching in Public Mental Health Settings
- K. Aschbrenner, J. Naslund, Elizabeth F. Tomlinson, Allison Kinney, Sarah Pratt, M. Brunette
- Medicine, PsychologyFront. Public Health
- 2 July 2019
Adolescents receiving public mental health services in this study had access to smartphones and were frequent social media users, suggesting that digital health interventions to promote health and wellness among adolescents may be scalable in community mental health settings.
Confirmatory factor analysis of the quality of life scale and new proposed factor structure for the quality of life scale-revised
Artificial Agents Learn Flexible Visual Representations by Playing a Hiding Game
This work is the first to show that embodied adversarial reinforcement learning agents playing cache, a variant of hide-and-seek, in a high fidelity, interactive, environment, learn representations of their observations encoding information such as occlusion, object permanence, free space, and containment.
Learning Generalizable Visual Representations via Interactive Gameplay
Evaluating agency-led adaptions to an evidence-based lifestyle intervention for adults with serious mental illness
It is suggested that adaptations, including those that are fidelity-inconsistent, can be positively associated with improved participant outcomes when they provide a potential practical advantage while maintaining the core function of the intervention.
Does Self-Efficacy Predict Functioning in Older Adults with Schizophrenia? A Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Mediation Analysis
- Abigail C Wright, Julia Browne, C. Cather, Sarah Pratt, S. Bartels, K. Mueser
- Psychology, MedicineCognitive Therapy and Research
- 24 October 2020
Direct and indirect effects of self-efficacy and negative symptoms should be intervention targets to improve functional difficulties in older adults with schizophrenia.