We define “Ultra-high-definition mental health care” as the research area that aims to identify mental states and predict intervention outcomes using a wide range of data obtained from communications, that is rich in its variation, quantity, and degree of detail. By fusing both methodologies of human and digital technologies we may achieve a new high precision care.
Our pioneering project uses high-quality data from a clinical trial of psychotherapy, and we are aiming to build a foundation for future development in this field.