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February 11, 2015
Development of a Home-Based System for Biobehavioral Recording of Individuals with Autism

Matthew Goodwin, PhD

Tags: Under 5; 5 to 10; 10 to 18; Cognition and Behavior

Location: Boston Area, in home

Researchers at Northeastern University and the Georgia Institute of Technology are looking for families that include a child on the autism spectrum to take part in an in-home research study. This study will entail a research team installing video cameras in 1-2 rooms of your house for a period of up to one month. Video sessions will be recorded for several hours a day and we will ask your child to wear non-invasive sensors during these sessions and while they sleep. Installation, training, and technical support will be available at every step along the way. You will have complete control over what video data is released to the research team and all data will remain confidential. No technical expertise is assume or necessary to participate.

For more information, please email or call (413) 400-BBCS

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For more information, please email or call (413) 400-BBCS



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