Speech Signals of Depression, What Time to Eat?, Monet Haze
Today you’ll learn about how we are able to measure depression through speech patterns, a recent study that explores whether or not eating at a certain time of day affects weight, and how researchers used paintings to assess pollution levels during the industrial revolution.
Speech Signals of Depression
- “New research indicates signs of depression can be detected in speech patterns” by Laura Staloch
- “Detecting subtle signs of depression with automated speech analysis in a non-clinical sample” by Alexandra König et al.
What Time to Eat?
- “Association of Eating and Sleeping Intervals With Weight Change Over Time: The Daily24 Cohort” by Di Zhao et al.
- “Total Meals, Not Timing, Drives Long-term Body Weight Changes” by Todd Neale
- “That dreamy haze in Monet’s impressionist paintings? Air pollution, study says.” By Kasha Patel
- “Paintings by Turner and Monet depict trends in 19th century air pollution” by Anna Lea Albright and Peter Huybers
- “Garden at Sainte-Adresse” by The MET
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