Toward the Automation of Diagnostic Conversation Analysis in Patients with Memory Complaints.

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Mirheidari, B.; Blackburn, D.; Harkness, K.; Walker, T.; Venneri, A.; Reuber, M.; Christensen, H.;
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BACKGROUND: The early diagnosis of dementia is of great clinical and social importance. A recent study using the qualitative methodology of conversation analysis (CA) demonstrated that language and communication problems are evident during interactions between patients ... View more
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