Toward Continuous Social Phenotyping: Analyzing Gaze Patterns in an Emotion Recognition Task for Children With Autism Through Wearable Smart Glasses

Published in Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2020

Wearable technology has presented a unique avenue of therapy for children suffering from non-neurotypical diseases. In this study, we aimed to test: (1) the feasibility of tracking gaze using wearable smart glasses during a facial expression recognition task for neurotypical and autistic children and (2) the ability of these gaze-tracking data, together with facial expression recognition responses, to distinguish children with autism from neurotypical controls (NCs).

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Nag A, Haber N, Voss C, Tamura S, Daniels J, Ma J, Chiang B, Ramachandran S, Schwartz J, Winograd T, Feinstein C, Wall DP, “Toward Continuous Social Phenotyping: Analyzing Gaze Patterns in an Emotion Recognition Task for Children With Autism Through Wearable Smart Glasses,” J Med Internet Res 2020; 22(4):e13810.