American Journal of Bioethics 21 (7):28-30 (2021)

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Adrian Carter
Monash University
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Digital mental health can be understood as the in situ quantification of an individual’s data from personal devices to measure human behavior in both health and disease (Huckvale, Venkatesh and Chr...
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