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Technologies for Assessing Behavioral and Cognitive Markers of Suicide Risk

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University of Utah Salt Lake City United States

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The primary aim of the proposed project is to develop cognitive and behavioral markers of suicide risk and to evaluate the predictive utility of these markers over a one year period. We propose to achieve these aims by a collecting cognitive and behavioral data from Reserve component soldiers and their romantic partners in both our research laboratory and participants homes b processing these data using computer algorithms developed specifically for this study and c testing the predictive accuracy of these markers using follow-up data collected from study participants over 12 months. Study enrollment is complete, but data collection is still in progress. There are no research findings to report at this this.

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Technical Report,30 Sep 2018,29 Sep 2019



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