Behavior Imaging covered in Handbook of Technology in Psychology, Psychiatry, and Neurology. Dr. Olga Solomon describes the steps of behavior assessment as performed by Behavior Imaging technology as well as the benefits the tech offers to its users. Full article here.
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The prevailing system for diagnosis, treatment, and management of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) in the US-the in-person service delivery-has been unable to address the increase in the demand for services and societal costs for those served, and the unattained societal benefits for those not diagnosed early enough or not offered early and intensive behavioral interventions. […]
This article explores aspects of autism that make it a potential traumatic stressor for family members, and may put them at risk for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or its sub-syndromal variants. It also surveys current trends in autism, including the growing number of families affected by autism. Read more: Technologies to Lessen the-Oberleitner-Binghamton-2006-Journal Article
Direct observation remains a gold standard practice in diagnosing ASD. While clinical professionals acknowledge that observing behavior in the natural environment is crucial to obtain an accurate and comprehensive assessment, such observation is currently not feasible to implement into clinical practice on a large scale. The present goal is to iteratively design a system that […]
This publication outlines recommended principles and approaches for utilizing state-of-the-art information systems technology and population-based registries to facilitate collection, analysis, and reporting of autism patient data. Such a platform will increase treatment options and registry information to facilitate diagnosis, treatment and research of this disorder. Platform term in article (AIMS) is what is commercially available from 2009-2016 […]
A discussion with the Autism community published in Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine. Dr. Semahat S. Demir interviews Behavior Imaging CEO Ron Oberleitner about the importance of biomedical engineering and biomedical information technologies in the treatment and research of autism. Read more: Talking to the Autism-Demir-Jan.Feb, 2005-Magazine Article
This paper describes the justification and the design principles of a behavioral medicine store & forward telemedicine platform [such as the Behavior Connect] to facilitate the capturing and communication of spontaneous patient behaviors for the improved evaluation, diagnosis and ongoing treatment of people with autism. This Tele-Behavioral Health platform will allow families and other caregivers to […]