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'Do Well B.': Design Of WELL Being monitoring systems. A study protocol for the application in autism.

Dutheil F, Chambres P, Hufnagel C, Auxiette C, Chausse P, Ghozi R, Paugam G, Boudet G, Khalfa N, Naughton G, Chamoux A, Mermillod M, Bertrand PR - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: Four phases will be carried out on ASD participants and aged-matched controls: (1) 24-hour baseline pre-experiment (physical activity, sleep), (2) 2 h in a real life situation, (3) 30 min in a quiet environment, interrupted by a few seconds of stressful sound, (4) an interview to record feelings about events triggering anxiety.The novelty will be to apply time-series analyses (which led to several Nobel Prizes in quantitative finance) on ANS series (heart rate, heart rate variability, skin conductance) and wrist motion.Ethical approval has been obtained from Ethics Committee of Clermont-Ferrand (South-East I), France (2014-A00611-46).

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Affiliation: Department of Preventive and Occupational Medicine, University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand (CHU), Clermont-Ferrand, France School of Exercise Science, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Laboratory of Metabolic Adaptations to Exercise in Physiological and Pathological Conditions, Clermont University, Blaise Pascal University, Aubière, France Human Nutrition Unit (UNH), Research Centre in Human Nutrition (CRNH), INRA, Clermont-Ferrand, France.

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BMJOPEN2015007716F2: Design Of WELL Being monitoring systems (Do Well B.): from signal perception to emotional reaction.

Mentions: The main aim of “Design of well-being monitoring systems (Do Well B.)” (figure 2) is to use statistics of multivariate physiological time-series to build PHSs for early detection of challenging behaviour for ASD individuals, outside the hospital. Early comprehensive and targeted behavioural interventions can improve social communication and reduce anxiety and risk of aggression.


'Do Well B.': Design Of WELL Being monitoring systems. A study protocol for the application in autism.

Dutheil F, Chambres P, Hufnagel C, Auxiette C, Chausse P, Ghozi R, Paugam G, Boudet G, Khalfa N, Naughton G, Chamoux A, Mermillod M, Bertrand PR - BMJ Open (2015)

Design Of WELL Being monitoring systems (Do Well B.): from signal perception to emotional reaction.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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BMJOPEN2015007716F2: Design Of WELL Being monitoring systems (Do Well B.): from signal perception to emotional reaction.
Mentions: The main aim of “Design of well-being monitoring systems (Do Well B.)” (figure 2) is to use statistics of multivariate physiological time-series to build PHSs for early detection of challenging behaviour for ASD individuals, outside the hospital. Early comprehensive and targeted behavioural interventions can improve social communication and reduce anxiety and risk of aggression.

Bottom Line: Four phases will be carried out on ASD participants and aged-matched controls: (1) 24-hour baseline pre-experiment (physical activity, sleep), (2) 2 h in a real life situation, (3) 30 min in a quiet environment, interrupted by a few seconds of stressful sound, (4) an interview to record feelings about events triggering anxiety.The novelty will be to apply time-series analyses (which led to several Nobel Prizes in quantitative finance) on ANS series (heart rate, heart rate variability, skin conductance) and wrist motion.Ethical approval has been obtained from Ethics Committee of Clermont-Ferrand (South-East I), France (2014-A00611-46).

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Affiliation: Department of Preventive and Occupational Medicine, University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand (CHU), Clermont-Ferrand, France School of Exercise Science, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Laboratory of Metabolic Adaptations to Exercise in Physiological and Pathological Conditions, Clermont University, Blaise Pascal University, Aubière, France Human Nutrition Unit (UNH), Research Centre in Human Nutrition (CRNH), INRA, Clermont-Ferrand, France.

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