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Feasibility of Conducting FBA’s in the Schools with Web-Based Video Recording Technology/in Autism Research, Case Studies, Education Studies /by rono
Purpose of Current Study: To determine the efficacy of using web-based video recording technology to conduct functional behavioral assessments (FBA’s) in the schools for children with ASD or related disorders. Explore the cost-benefit (i.e., time and money) of using Behavior Imaging for FBA’s in the schools when compared to archival records of FBA’s conducted in […]
Behavior Imaging Upcoming Research Presentations at Child Psychiatry Conference/in Autism Research, Behavior Assessment Studies, Case Studies, Pharmaceutical Studies /by rono
Behavior Imaging and their clinical research partners have collaborated on a number of upcoming projects in order to provide a better fundamental understanding of telemedicine in autism research, diagnosis, and treatment at this year’s American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry annual meeting. This year Behavior Imaging will present the following 2014 research papers in […]
ASYNCHRONOUS TELEHEALTH TECHNOLOGY FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER – Lang, M , Oberleitner, R/in Autism Research, Behavior Assessment Studies, Case Studies, Education Studies, News, Peer Reviewed Publications /by willoberleitner
Telehealth technology is a tool that allows behavior professionals and others to make valuable observations, gather data, and propose more targeted, appropriate remediation for areas in which an individual with an autism spectrum disorder needs to progress. This tool can be used across natural settings of home, school, and community, and it has practical applications […]
Iterative Design of a System to Support Diagnostic Assessments for Autism Using Home Videos/in Autism Research, Case Studies, NODA media page /by Intern Behavior Imaging
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 […]