Natural language processing (NLP) is a technology in which a computer processes human "natural language" directly. Along with the development of technologies such as automatic morphological analysis and transition words or sentences to vectors, more research that targets psychiatric disorders utilizing NLP is being conducted. In this manuscript, we will review some of these studies. Such approaches may resolve many problems regarding the assessment of psychiatric illnesses, and are expected to contribute to neurolinguistics.
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