University of Pittsburgh

Towards Understanding Depression in Parent-Child Interactions​

Student
Date: 
Friday, April 3, 2020 - 1:00pm - 1:30pm

Development of automated multimodal behaviour prediction methods find their use in both clinical and in-the-wild applications. In this presentation, we explain the characteristics of our dataset obtained through a longitudinal study of depression in family environments, specifically in Mother-Adolescent interactions. We give a brief introduction to the nature of our annotation process and how it captures various aspects of behaviour through constructs. We also explain some of the widely used multimodal(vision and speech) features in affect analysis. Finally, we present our results on a multimodal approach to predict the constructs. ​

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