Program 2017

Thanks all for a successful CLPsych 2017! Below are the papers and presentations (when available) for this year’s workshop.

09:00 – 09:20 Opening Remarks
Chair: Kristy Hollingshead, Molly E. Ireland, and Kate Loveys
09:20 – 10:30 Session: Oral Presentations 1
   A Cross-modal Review of Indicators for Depression Detection Systems
Michelle Morales1, Stefan Scherer2, Rivka Levitan3
1CUNY Graduate Center, 2University of Southern California, 3Brooklyn College CUNY
   In your wildest dreams: the language and psychological features of dreams
Kate Niederhoffer1, Jonathan Schler1, Patrick Crutchley2, Kate Loveys2, Glen Coppersmith2
1Circadia Labs, 2Qntfy
10:30 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:15 Session: Poster Presentations
   A Corpus Analysis of Social Connections and Social Isolation in Adolescents Suffering from Depressive Disorders
Jia-Wen Guo1, Danielle L Mowery1, Djin Lai1, Katherine Sward1, Mike Conway1
1University of Utah
   Monitoring Tweets for Depression to Detect At-risk Users
Zunaira Jamil1, Diana Inkpen1, Prasadith Buddhitha1, Kenton White2
1University of Ottawa, 2Advanced Symbolics
   Examining Sentiment and Depression in Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
Joseph Costello1, Catherine Kothari1, Duncan Vos1, Richard Brandt1 and Angie Moe2
1Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, 2Western Michigan University
   Ethical Challenges in Algorithmic Inference of Mental Illness with Large-Scale Social Data
Stevie Chancellor1, Vincent Silenzio2, Eric Caine2 and Munmun De Choudhury1
1Georgia Tech, 2University of Rochester
   Validation of Twitter Self-Stated Models of Mental Health against Patient Medical Records
Glen Coppersmith1, Patrick Crutchley1, Raina M. Merchant2, H. Andrew Schwartz3
1Qntfy, 2University of Pennsylvania, 3Stony Brook University
   Language Style Matching in Subclinically Depressed and Anxious Participants’ Responses to Social Media-Style Posts
Taleen Nalabandian and Molly Ireland
Texas Tech University
12:15 – 1:45 Lunch
1:45 – 2:30 Session: Mini-Oral Presentations
   Investigating Patient Attitudes Towards the use of Social Media Data to Augment Depression Diagnosis and Treatment: a Qualitative Study
Jude Mikal1, Samantha Hurst2, Mike Conway3
1University of Minnesota, 2University of California San Diego, 3University of Utah
   Natural-language Interactive Narratives in Imaginal Exposure Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Melissa Roemmele, Paola Mardo, Andrew Gordon
University of Southern California
   Detecting Anxiety through Reddit
Judy Hanwen Shen1 and Frank Rudzicz2
1University of Toronto, 2Toronto Rehabilitation Institute; University of Toronto, Department of Computer Science
   Detecting and Explaining Crisis
Rohan Kshirsagar1, Robert Morris2, Samuel Bowman3
1Columbia University, 2Koko, 3New York University
2:30 – 3:30 Session: Oral Presentations 2
   A Dictionary-Based Comparison of Autobiographies by People and Murderous Monsters
Micah Iserman and Molly Ireland
Texas Tech University
   Small but Mighty: Affective Micropatterns for Quantifying Mental Health from Social Media Language
Kate Loveys, Patrick Crutchley, Emily Wyatt, Glen Coppersmith
Qntfy
3:30 – 4:00 Break
4:00 – 5:00 CLPsych2017 Shared Task: Results & Open Discussion
Chair: David Milne
5:00 – 5:30 Closing Remarks

You can find the online proceedings of past CLPsych workshops on the ACL Anthology.

The proceedings of the 2014 workshop are at www.aclweb.org/anthology/W/W14/#3200.

The proceedings of the 2015 workshop are at www.aclweb.org/anthology/W/W15/#1200.

The proceedings of the 2016 workshop are at www.aclweb.org/anthology/W/W16/#0300.

The proceedings of the 2017 workshop are at www.aclweb.org/anthology/W/W17/#3100.