Publicado: 22 de marzo, 2021

Mental health disorders affect multiple aspects of patients’ lives, including mood, cognition, and behavior. eHealth and mobile health (mHealth) technologies enable rich sets of information to be collected noninvasively, representing a promising opportunity to construct behavioral markers of mental health.

Publicado: 14 de noviembre, 2020

More than one million people commit suicide every year worldwide. The costs of daily cares, social stigma and treatment issues are still hard barriers to overcome in mental health.

Publicado: 1 de septiembre, 2020

Smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment (EMA) is a promising methodology for mental health research. The objective of this study is to determine the feasibility of smartphone-based active and passive EMA in psychiatric outpatients and student controls.

Publicado: 29 de enero, 2020

Although insight in schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSD) has been associated with positive outcomes, the effect size of previous treatments on insight has been relatively small to date.

Publicado: 7 de septiembre, 2019

The screening of digital footprint for clinical purposes relies on the capacity of wearable technologies to collect data and extract relevant information’s for patient management.

Publicado: 23 de mayo, 2019

This paper introduces a novel method to assess the social activity maintained by psychiatric patients using information and communication technologies. In particular, we model the daily usage patterns of phone calls and social and communication apps using point processes.

Publicado: 10 de enero, 2012

Strategies for generating knowledge in medicine have included observation of associations in clinical or research settings and more recently, development of pathophysiological models based on molecular biology.