Ariella Brown

Algorithm Predicts Relationship Success

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Re: Intriguing implictions
Ariella   1/11/2016 11:01:12 AM
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LOL @Lyndon_Henry probably one of those old-fashioned relationship quizzes would suffice for that. 

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Lyndon_Henry   1/11/2016 10:45:57 AM
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Ariella writes "The one spouse who acts that surreptitiously should see his/her own action as a signal of a problem."

Ah, but they may need an app to tell them that...

 

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Ariella   1/11/2016 9:57:57 AM
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@SaneIT yes, loudness is only one quality of voice. There's also pitch, intensity, and other qualities like what they call "warbles." 

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SaneIT   1/11/2016 8:47:23 AM
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@Ariella, I wouldn't be surprised if their study included something similar.  I would hope it was more than just vocal volume they were using to assess the verbal communication.  I read through trying to figure out what they were measuring but I don't speak their field of study so I didn't manage to figure that much out.  I think you hit on something though with politeness vs civility, we can be polite in front of outsiders so that doesn't last long once watchful eyes are gone. 

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Ariella   1/11/2016 8:34:46 AM
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@Lyndon_Henry The one spouse who acts that surreptitiously should see his/her own action as a signal of a problem.  

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Intriguing implictions
Lyndon_Henry   1/11/2016 7:21:01 AM
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Ariella asks "Would this approach work in your personal relationships?"

I can see where this might lead — sophisticated predictive apps, integrating voice profiles, behavior, body language, etc. of one's partner, and running on your smartphone, tablet, or future multifunction device. One spouse, for example, could surreptitiously have it running on the kitchen table or living room couch, collecting enough data over, say, a month or so, to predict where the marriage (or relationship) might be headed...

 

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kq4ym   1/10/2016 1:32:40 PM
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How true, and what we think is how we usually feel. And more times than we would like to accept, our thoughts are not all that accurate, lots of exaggerating or beliefs that have no basis in reality. These distorted thougts are the basis for psychology's congnitive behavior therapy.

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Ariella   1/9/2016 8:17:08 PM
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@Louis you're most welcome.

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Louis Watson   1/8/2016 6:25:39 PM
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@Ariella    There is alot of truth in this cartoon.    Thanks for it !

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Re: Sure Sign Your Relationship is on the Rocks
Louis Watson   1/8/2016 6:23:36 PM
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@Ariella    Totally.  I agree.   If you are intent on leaving, you don't want to tip your hand !

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