Behavior imaging

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Behavior imaging is a technique used in behavioral health to diagnose, treat and monitor behavioral disorders,[1] most commonly autism.[2] It involves capturing short video clips of problem behaviors in natural environments on smartphones or other devices.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oberleitner, Ron; Patt Elison-Bowers; Uwe Reischl; Jim Ball (October 2007). "Optimizing the Personal Health Record with Special Video Capture for the Treatment of Autism". Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities. 19 (5): 513–518. doi:10.1007/s10882-007-9067-3.
  2. ^ Oberleitner, Ron; Rebecca Wurtz; Michael L. Popovich; Reno Fiedler; Tim Moncher; Swamy Laxminarayan; Uwe Reischl (2011). Behavior Imaging's Assessment Technology: A Mobile Infrastructure to Transform Autism Diagnosis and Treatment. Future Visions on Biomedicine and Bioinformatics. Communications in Medical and Care Compunetics. 2. pp. 1–8. CiteSeerX 10.1.1.129.4687. doi:10.1007/8754_2010_10. ISBN 978-3-642-19553-2.
  3. ^ Scott, Eugene (4/3/13). "App aims for faster autism diagnosis". USA Today. Retrieved 11/8/13. Check date values in: |accessdate=, |date= (help)