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One of five academic papers put forward by the BiAffect team, this was published in the journal Bipolar Disorders.
Smartphone innovations have opened new frontiers in the assessment of disease processes. Greater day‐to‐day instability in actively reported mood and passively recorded typing kinematics across 2 weeks predicted a poorer prospective course of depression and mania. This demonstrates the feasibility and utility of digital phenotyping in detecting individual differences in disease course.