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The Guardian on BiAffect and the advent of digital phenotyping—‘The dawn of tappigraphy: does your smartphone know how you feel before you do?’
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The BiAffect study, a research effort focused on keystroke behaviour to predict bipolar episodes run by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago, has an open science component that allows the public to download an app and take part so that differences between healthy adults and those with bipolar disorder can be better understood. It has about 2,000 participants.
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