Lensing: Cardiolinguistics for Atypical Angina

Conversations between two individuals—whether between doctor and patient, mental health therapist and client, or between two people romantically involved with each other—are complex. Each participant contributes to the conversation using her or his own "lens." This project involves advanced probabilistic graphical models to statistically extract and model these dual lenses across large datasets of real-world conversations, with applications that can improve crisis and psychotherapy counseling and patient-cardiologist consultations. We're working with top psychologists, cardiologists, and crisis counseling centers in the United States.