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Program and accepted papers (CEST time)

   09:00-13:00 Session A (Chair: Kathleen C Fraser)
09.00-09.10 Welcome and Introduction by Workshop Chair 
09.10-09.40 Invited keynote talk A: Associate Professor Visar Berisha - Developing speech-based clinical machine learning models that work: should we believe reported accuracies in the academic literature? - onsite
09.45-10.05 Oral presentation A1: The Effect of eHealth Training on Dysarthric Speech - Chiara Pesenti, Loes Van Bemmel, Roeland van Hout and Helmer Strik - onsite
10.10-10.30 Oral presentation A2: Generating Synthetic Clinical Speech Data through Simulated ASR Deletion Error - Hali Lindsay, Johannes Tröger, Mario Magued Mina, Philipp Müller, Nicklas Linz, Jan Alexandersson and Inez Ramakers - onsite

      Morning Coffee break: 10.30-11.00

11.05-11.30 Oral presentation A3: A Novel Metrological Approach to a More Consistent Way of Defining and Analyzing Memory Task Difficulty in Word Learning List Tests with Repeated Trials - Jeanette Melin and Leslie Pendrill - remote
11.35-12.00 Oral presentation A4: Extraction and Classification of Acoustic Features from Italian Speaking Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. - Federica Beccaria, Gloria Gagliardi and Dimitrios Kokkinakis - onsite
12.05-12.30 Oral presentation A5: Classification of German Jungian Extraversion and Introversion Texts with Assessment of Changes During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Dirk Johannßen, Chris Biemann and David Scheffer - onsite
12.30-12.45 More questions or comments to the session's presenters

      Lunch (13:00 - 14:00)

   14.00-15.40 Session B - the PSST Challenge (Chair: Steven Bedrick)
14.00-14.20 Oral presentation: The Post-Stroke Speech Transcription (PSST) Challenge - Robert C. Gale, Mikala Fleegle, Gerasimos Fergadiotis and Steven Bedrick - onsite
14.20-14.40 Oral presentation B1: Post-Stroke Speech Transcription Challenge (Task B): Correctness Detection in Anomia Diagnosis with Imperfect Transcripts - Trang Tran - remote
14.45-15.05 Oral presentation B2: Speech Data Augmentation for Improving Phoneme Transcriptions of Aphasic Speech using wav2vec 2.0 for the PSST Challenge - Birger Moell, Jim O’Regan, Shivam Mehta, Ambika Kirkland, Harm Lameris, Joakim Gustafson and Jonas Beskow - onsite
15.10-15.30 Oral presentation B3: Data Augmentation for the Post-Stroke Speech Transcription (PSST) Challenge: Sometimes Less is More - Jiahong Yuan, Xingyu Cai and Kenneth Church - remote
15.30-15.45 Open Forum Discussion

      Afternoon Coffee break: 16.00-16.30

   16.30-18.00 Session C (Chair: Dimitrios Kokkinakis)
16.30-17.00 Invited keynote talk B: Dr Athanasios Tsanas - Harnessing voice signals using signal processing and statistical machine learning: applications in mental health and other biomedical and life sciences applications.remote
17.05-17.20 Oral presentation C1: CorEDs: a Corpus on Eating Disorders - Melissa Donati and Carlo Strapparava - remote
17.25-17.40 Oral presentation C2: A Database of Multimodal Data to Construct a Simulated Dialogue Partner with Varying Degrees of Cognitive Health - Ruihao Pan, Ziming Liu, Fengpei Yuan, Maryam Zare, Xiaopeng Zhao and Rebecca Jane Passonneau - remote
17.45-18.00 Oral presentation C3: Segmentation of the Speech Flow for the Evaluation of Spontaneous Productions in Pathologies Affecting the Language Capacity. 4 Case Studies of Schizophrenia - Valentina Saccone and Simona Trillocco - onsite
18.00 Closing Remarks from the RaPID-4 and PSST organizers