20 April 2022: Rapid and reliable digital phenotyping using computational modeling, machine learning, and mobile technology

Woo-Young Ahn
Department of Psychology
Seoul National University

Machine learning has the potential to facilitate the development of computational methods that improve the measurement of cognitive and mental functioning, and adaptive design optimization (ADO) is a promising machine-learning method that might lead to rapid, precise, and reliable markers of individual differences. In this talk, I will first discuss the importance of reliability of (bio)markers. Then, I will present a series of studies that utilized ADO in the area of decision-making and for the development of ADO-based digital phenotypes for addiction and related behaviors. Lastly, I will discuss other promising approaches that might allow us to develop (bio)markers with clinical utility.

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