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Speech rate as a measure of short-term variation in depression.

Abstract:

Experimental investigation of the state of depression is at present hindered by the lack of simple, objective, repeatable measures of components of the state. Covariation between self-report measures of affect and simple measure of speech rate was investigated in a series of studies of both clinical and normal subjects, using single-case and group designs. Slowing of speech was significantly and substantially correlated with self-reports of increased unpleasant affect in certain situations. T...

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Published

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Journal:
The British journal of social and clinical psychology
Volume:
19
Issue:
3
Pages:
271-278
Publication date:
1980-09-05
ISSN:
0007-1293
URN:
uuid:cffd8bb1-b382-4195-b59f-d89f771b6e76
Source identifiers:
448948
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pubs:448948

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