Published on in Vol 7 , No 10 (2019) :October

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/14149, first published .
Depression Prediction by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment, Actiwatch Data, and Machine Learning: Observational Study on Older Adults Living Alone

Depression Prediction by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment, Actiwatch Data, and Machine Learning: Observational Study on Older Adults Living Alone

Depression Prediction by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment, Actiwatch Data, and Machine Learning: Observational Study on Older Adults Living Alone

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  8. Koo J, Son N, Yoo K. Relationship between the living-alone period and depressive symptoms among the elderly. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2021;94:104341 View
  9. Anýž J, Bakštein E, Dally A, Kolenič M, Hlinka J, Hartmannová T, Urbanová K, Correll C, Novák D, Španiel F. Validity of the Aktibipo Self-rating Questionnaire for the Digital Self-assessment of Mood and Relapse Detection in Patients With Bipolar Disorder: Instrument Validation Study. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(8):e26348 View
  10. Opoku Asare K, Terhorst Y, Vega J, Peltonen E, Lagerspetz E, Ferreira D. Predicting Depression From Smartphone Behavioral Markers Using Machine Learning Methods, Hyperparameter Optimization, and Feature Importance Analysis: Exploratory Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(7):e26540 View
  11. Massar S, Chua X, Soon C, Ng A, Ong J, Chee N, Lee T, Ghosh A, Chee M. Trait-like nocturnal sleep behavior identified by combining wearable, phone-use, and self-report data. npj Digital Medicine 2021;4(1) View
  12. Niculescu I, Quirt H, Arora T, Borsook T, Green R, Ford B, Iaboni A. Ecological Momentary Assessment of Depression in People With Advanced Dementia: Longitudinal Pilot Study. JMIR Aging 2021;4(3):e29021 View