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* Lectio Magistralis *
AI in Behavioral Health and Psychological Science: Are You Prepared?

David D. Luxton, Conference Keynote Speaker


The application of machine learning algorithms to implement the use of Child and Adolescent Needs and Strenghts 0-5 (CANS) in a mental health service for children

Laura Caligari


AI in Action: Pioneering an Algorithm for Smoke-Free Living through Wearable Tech

Pasquale Caponetto


Exploring the Role of Chatbots and Virtual Assistants in Adolescent Mental Health Treatment: A Scoping Review

Paola Cardinali


TEO: a new frontier for Artificial Intelligence applied to Mental Health

Tommaso Ciulli


The relationship between basic and complex emotions: The case of generative art

Simona Collina


Smart Tools for Decision Maker Psychological Profiling

Flavio Luis de Mello


Magic screens and precious signs: A screening project for the study of writing development

Gaia Di Giamberardino


Comprehensive Evaluation of Emotional Intelligence in Large Language Models: A Dual-Focus on General Emotional Awareness and Personalization for Personality Structures

Zohar Elyoseph


Ethical Implications of Digitized Intimacy with Non-Corporeal AI Agents

Ambra Ferrari e Daniele Brussolo


Computational psychotherapy: enhancing evidence-based therapy through the integration of predictive machine learning models into the Greta-InTherapy online platform

Silvia Grazioli


Three challenges and a puzzle: A philosophical appraisal of therapeutic chatbots

JP Grodniewicz


Willingness to use serious games in psychotherapeutic treatment: An international comparison of psychotherapists and patients

Jessica Huss


Automatic Depression Detection Through Compound Facial Expressions

Salman Mohammed Jiddah


Enhancing Learning through Play: the case of LOH, a Video Game Integrating Action Mechanics and Cognitive Training on Reading Skills in Children

Angela Pasqualotto


Virtual reality as an evaluation tool for attentional deficits in patients with acquired brain injury

Daniel Perez-Marcos


Psychological Assessment in the Era of Artificial Intelligence

Andrew Schwartz


Artificial Intelligence in Education

Carlo Scognamiglio


Results of a qualitative Delphi survey to determine the indication and contraindication criteria of video-based psychotherapy sessions

Isabelle Thurmann


Facial expression recognition: form Artificial Intelligence and Psychological Perspectives

Kamil Yurtkan