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  • [Assessment of mood disorders by passive data gathering: The concept of digital phenotype versus psychiatrist's professional culture]. [Review]
    Encephale 2018; 44(2):168-175Bourla A, Ferreri F, … Mouchabac S
  • CONCLUSIONS: All these systems can be used to computerize the clinical characteristics of the various mental states studied, sometimes with greater precision than a clinician could do. Most authors recommend the use of passive data rather than active data in the context of bipolar disorders because automatically generated data reduce biases and limit the feeling of intrusion that self-questionnaires may cause. The impact of these technologies questions the psychiatrist's professional culture, defined as a specific language and a set of common values. We address issues related to these changes. Impact on psychiatrists could be important because their unity seems to be questioned due to technologies that profoundly modify the collect and process of clinical data.
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