Nonverbal social withdrawal in depression: Evidence from manual and automatic analyses

  title={Nonverbal social withdrawal in depression: Evidence from manual and automatic analyses},
  author={Jeffrey M. Girard and Jeffrey F. Cohn and Mohammad H. Mahoor and Seyed Mohammad Mavadati and Zakia Hammal and Dean P. Rosenwald},
  journal={Image and vision computing},
  volume={32 10},
The relationship between nonverbal behavior and severity of depression was investigated by following depressed participants over the course of treatment and video recording a series of clinical interviews. Facial expressions and head pose were analyzed from video using manual and automatic systems. Both systems were highly consistent for FACS action units (AUs) and showed similar effects for change over time in depression severity. When symptom severity was high, participants made fewer… CONTINUE READING
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