Mental Health

Doing well-being: Self-reported activities are related to subjective well-being

In two studies, we examine the relationship between self-reported everyday activities and SWB, while allowing individuals to express their activities freely by allowing open-ended responses that were then analyzed with state-of-the-art (transformers-based) Natural Language Processing.

Natural language analyzed with AI-based transformers predict traditional subjective well-being measures approaching the theoretical upper limits in accuracy

We show that using a recent break-through in artificial intelligence –transformers–, psychological assessments from text-responses can approach theoretical upper limits in accuracy, converging with standard psychological rating scales..

Computational Language Measures

Measuring psych constructs with words analyzed with AI...

Semantic measures: Using natural language processing to measure, differentiate, and describe psychological constructs

We develop an approach using open-ended questions in which the responses are analyzed using natural language processing.