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  • Biosensors could help improve autism diagnosis, treatments

    Heathline - 05/10/2017

    Matthew Goodwin, PhD, an assistant professor at Northeastern University, tells Healthline that using data from wearable biosensors “can predict with about 79-80 percent accuracy based on the last three minutes of your physiology whether or not you are going to aggress to someone else or aggress to yourself” within the next minute.

    Goodwin presented his findings this week at the International Meeting for Autism Research in San Francisco.

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