Xuewen Yao

Xuewen Yao
University of Texas at Austin | UT · Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Human infant crying evolved as a signal to elicit parental care and actively influences caregiving behaviors as well as infant–caregiver interactions. Automated cry detection algorithms have become more popular in recent decades, and while some models exist, they have not been evaluated thoroughly on daylong naturalistic audio recordings. Here, we...
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In the domain of social signal processing, automated audio recognition is a promising avenue for researchers interested in accessing daily behaviors that can contribute to wellbeing and mental health outcomes. However, despite remarkable advances in mobile computing and machine learning, audio behavior detection models are largely constrained to da...
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It has been suggested in developmental psychology literature that the communication of affect between mothers and their infants correlates with the socioemotional and cognitive development of infants. In this study, we obtained day-long audio recordings of 10 mother-infant pairs in order to study their affect communication in speech with a focus on...
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Physical contact is critical for children's physical and emotional growth and well-being. Previous studies of physical contact are limited to relatively short periods of direct observation and self-report methods. These methods limit researchers' understanding of the natural variation in physical contact across families, and its specific impacts on...

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