Jacob E. Bardram

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The present thesis presents a theoretical foundation for the design of Computer Support for Cooperative Work (CSCW). Background This thesis reports on work done within the Industrial Research Education (EF 577) established between the University of Aarhus, Kommunedata (KMD), and the University Hospital of Aarhus. The initial focus of the project was to(More)
BACKGROUND The number of studies on electronic self-monitoring in affective disorder and other psychiatric disorders is increasing and indicates high patient acceptance and adherence. Nevertheless, the effect of electronic self-monitoring in patients with bipolar disorder has never been investigated in a randomized controlled trial (RCT). The objective of(More)
The present thesis presents a theoretical foundation for the design of Computer Support for Cooperative Work (CSCW). Background This thesis reports on work done within the Industrial Research Education (EF 577) established between the University of Aarhus, Kommunedata (KMD), and the University Hospital of Aarhus. The initial focus of the project was to(More)
Changes in speech have been suggested as sensitive and valid measures of depression and mania in bipolar disorder. The present study aimed at investigating (1) voice features collected during phone calls as objective markers of affective states in bipolar disorder and (2) if combining voice features with automatically generated objective smartphone data on(More)
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