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  • An early-warning system for depression
  • An early-warning system for depression
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An early-warning system for depression

Researchers at Dartmouth College wanted to explore the link between students’ well-being and their academic performance. They developed the StudentLife app to measure stress, depression and loneliness, and automatically predict which individuals might be in need of assistance.

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