For people with autism, aggressive outbursts may be the only external signs of stress that’s been building up inside — seemingly unpredictable moments that can startle even their trusted caretakers. But
It monitors physiological changes to predict aggressive episodes 60 seconds ahead of time. Researchers are hoping a new wearable wristband will help predict aggressive outbursts in people with autism.
Let the lasting legacy of the tragedies in El Paso and Dayton be something positive through improved mental health services and more sensible gun laws. Following months of investigation, federal authorities
Topline: Wireless carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile appear to slow down connection speeds for customers watching Netflix and other online streaming services, according to newly released research. Researchers
Understanding an emotion isn't as simple as noticing a smile— but we still look to facial movements for everything from navigating everyday social interactions to the development of emotionally attuned