Psychological health mobile apps present flaws that suggest caution
Read a recent article in the Journal LeFil on an analysis made by a team from the School of psychology and the CERVO Brain research centre, which investigated mobile apps used to evaluate psychological and neuropsychological disorders. Their analysis showed that these applications present flaws that suggest caution be used when using them.
Confidentiality of the data of the users and the reliability of the tests used are the two main flaws underlined by researchers Caroline East-Richard, Louis Laplante, Jean Vézina and Caroline Cellard.
Read the full article on the Journal Le Fil website