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Multimodal analysis of verbal and nonverbal behaviour on the example of clinical depression

Alghowinem, Sharifa


Clinical depression is a common mood disorder that may last for long periods, vary in severity, and could impair an individual’s ability to cope with daily life. Depression affects 350 million people worldwide and is therefore considered a burden not only on a personal and social level, but also on an economic one. Depression is the fourth most significant cause of suffering and disability worldwide and it is predicted to be the leading cause in 2020. Although treatment of depression...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015-05
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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