49 min

Predicting psychosis and schizophrenia using language patterns, with Neguine Rezaii People Who Read People: A Behavior and Psychology Podcast

    • Social Sciences

This is a reshare of a 2020 talk with psychology researcher Neguine Rezaii. She and her research team used machine learning to find language patterns used by teenagers who were at risk of schizophrenia that were correlated with later schizophrenia diagnosis. The two language patterns found in the subjects' speech were 1) a low semantic density (i.e., low degree of meaning), and 2) speech related to sound or voices. 
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This is a reshare of a 2020 talk with psychology researcher Neguine Rezaii. She and her research team used machine learning to find language patterns used by teenagers who were at risk of schizophrenia that were correlated with later schizophrenia diagnosis. The two language patterns found in the subjects' speech were 1) a low semantic density (i.e., low degree of meaning), and 2) speech related to sound or voices. 
Smells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify
UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan LongSaybrook Insights is a podcast featuring education & community innovators! Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify
Support the show

49 min