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Automatic Detection of Cognitive Impairments through Acoustic Analysis of Speech.

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Summary of "Automatic Detection of Cognitive Impairments through Acoustic Analysis of Speech."

Early detection of mild cognitive impairment is crucial in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease. The aim of the present study was to identify whether acoustic features can help differentiate older, independent community-dwelling individuals with cognitive impairment from healthy controls.

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Name: Current Alzheimer research
ISSN: 1875-5828
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