February 18, 2020
For some people with severe autism, aggressive behavior is common. Oftentimes they can’t communicate, so when they’re stressed, they either fight or flee. But what if there were a device that could predict those outbursts by monitoring physiological changes? That way, their bodies could speak for themselves.
In this episode, we talk to Matthew Goodwin (associate professor of behavioral science and personal health informatics).
Litmus is produced and reported by News@Northeastern reporters Emily Arntsen and Aria Bracci. This episode was written, hosted, and sound edited by Emily Arntsen with mixing and mastering by Anthony Pulido. Edited by David Filipov.
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