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Personalized advice for enhancing well-being using automated impulse response analysis - AIRA

  title={Personalized advice for enhancing well-being using automated impulse response analysis - AIRA},
  author={Frank Johan Blaauw and Lian van der Krieke and Ando C Emerencia and Marco Aiello and Peter de Jonge},
The attention for personalized mental health care is thriving. Research data specific to the individual, such as time series sensor data or data from intensive longitudinal studies, is relevant from a research perspective, as analyses on these data can reveal the heterogeneity among the participants and provide more precise and individualized results than with group-based methods. However, using this data for self-management and to help the individual to improve his or her mental health has… 

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