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Research outputs: MOTHERHOOD
2021 What does social support sound like?: challenges and opportunities for using passive episodic audio collection to assess the social environment
In qualitative interviews, mothers described a range of positive and negative social interactions and the sounds that accompanied these. Pot...Download this report
2020 Utilizing passive sensing data to provide personalized psychological care in low-resource setting
With the growing ubiquity of smartphones and wearable devices, there is an increased potential of collecting passive sensing data in mobile ...
Comprehensive social security could play a critical role in helping to protect and respect people's dignity. Gemma Wright and Andrea Royeppe...Download this report