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Video: Wearable Sensors Pick up Early Signs of Autism

As wearable sensors have become lighter and cheaper, they have found their way into a range of fitness trackers and health apps. They monitor our movement and record our heart rhythms. They can even gauge the quality of our sleep. For autism researchers, wearable sensors are providing a novel way to track early development. Gordon Ramsay, PhD from Marcus Autism Center discusses his innovative research in the below video.

This article was originally published on Spectrum, the leading site for autism research news. View the article by Katie Moisse here.