Also, I think detecting depression premtively via social media is a terrifying idea.
"We also checked metadata to assess whether an Instagram provided filter was applied to alter the appearance of a photograph."
"A closer look at filter usage in depressed versus healthy participants provided additional texture. Instagram filters were used differently by depressed and healthy individuals. In particular, depressed participants were less likely than healthy participants to use any filters at all. When depressed participants did employ filters, they most disproportionately favored the “Inkwell” filter, which converts color photographs to black and white images. Conversely, healthy participants most disproportionately favored the Valencia filter, which lightens the tint of photos."
> Also, I think detecting depression premtively via social media is a terrifying idea.
Yeah, they also called their model "Pre-diagnosis". :)
You support "I don't need this study" with prior studies.