Detecting stress and depression in adults with aphasia through speech analysis

@article{Gillespie2017DetectingSA,
  title={Detecting stress and depression in adults with aphasia through speech analysis},
  author={Stephanie Gillespie and Elliot Moore and Jacqueline Laures-Gore and Matthew Farina and Scott Russell and Yash-Yee Logan},
  journal={2017 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)},
  year={2017},
  pages={5140-5144}
}
Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder often resulting from stroke that can impact quality of life and may lead to high levels of stress and depression. Depression diagnosis in this population is often completed through subjective caregiver questionnaires. Stress diagnostic tests have not been modified for language difficulties. This work proposes to use speech analysis as an objective measure of stress and depression in patients with aphasia. Preliminary analysis used linear support… CONTINUE READING

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