At Verilogue, we take great pride in our continuous partnership with students, professors, and academic organizations all around the world. With many successful partnerships in place, we are able to take individuals and teams into the exam room to truly show them the realities of the patient experience. Whether they are looking to diagnose and analyze a group of conversations, or to simply understand the treatment landscape of a particular disease state, we are here to help. We have assisted many individuals in obtaining the proper information and data necessary for research proposals.
Dialogue Recording & Transcripts
Each patient dialogue is categorized and paired with a time-stamped verbatim transcript.
Demographic Data & Chart Info
Chart data includes demographic data, disease state information, medications, and more.
By de-identifying the audio recording, the transcript, and chart data, Verilogue provides completely anonymous data for research.
High out-of-pocket expenses for medical treatment have been associated with worse quality of life, decreased treatment adherence, and increased risk of adverse health outcomes. Treatment of depression potentially has high out-of-pocket expenses. Limited data characterize psychiatrist-patient conversations about health care costs.
While naturally-occurring double modals have been exceedingly rare in sociolinguistic interviews, our study represents the very first corpus investigation of double modals through a search of the right ‘haystack’: the nationwide Verilogue, Inc database of recorded and transcribed physician-patient interactions (~85 million words). As a vast source of potentially face-threatening negotiations, the Verilogue corpus provides the ideal speech situation in which to search for low frequency, non-standard syntactic features like the double modal.
Disordered Thought, Disordered Language: A corpus-based description of the speech of individuals undergoing treatment for schizophrenia
The characteristics of patient speech are used in clinical settings to make assumptions about the thought processes of people with psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia. However, there have not been any studies of the language of people with schizophrenia that present evidence drawn from a large group of speakers. This study employs a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods to determine whether 140 medicated individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia exhibit the linguistic abnormalities claimed in the literature.