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Subjectively experienced sleep patterns often differ from observed sleeping behavior in insomniacs. Sleep patterns have been evaluated by measurements of motor activity in healthy subjects and insomniacs, but results may depend on the insomnia subtype. Sleep disturbances are frequent complaints in depression, but the influence of psychopathology on activity(More)
The Snaith-Hamilton-Pleasure-Scale (SHAPS), introduced in English in 1995, assesses self-reported anhedonia in psychiatric patients. It has proven psychometric properties and advantages in applicability compared to other instruments assessing anhedonia. This study presents results of a systematic transcultural protocol translating the SHAPS into German(More)
This is a document containing material that constitutes the Appendix for the paper entitled as shown above, which has been published in the 31st AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (2017). The included supplementary material consists of: i) an index with the basic notation used in the paper, ii) a detailed formula of the log-likelihood of our model,(More)
Anhedonia, the inability to experience pleasure, and observed changes in psychomotor performance are frequent psychopathological phenomena in major depression with possible common neurobiological mechanisms. Interest, pleasure and reactivity to pleasurable stimuli contribute to movement generation and observable behaviour. Therefore the relationship between(More)
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