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Investigation of Mechanisms of Action in Superpower Glass
Trial ID: NCT04049981
The following study aims to understand the mechanism of action at work in a novel artificial intelligence (AI) tool that runs on Google Glass through an Android app to deliver social emotion cues to children with autism during social interactions. This study will examine 2 versions of software on the Google Glass based wearable intervention system. Participants will receive 1 of 2 versions of the software and use the device at home for 4 weeks. This novel device will use a camera, microphone, head motion tracker to analyze the behavior of the subject during interactions with other people. The system is designed to give participants non-interruptive social cues in real-time and will record social responses that can later be used to help aid behavioral therapy. It is hypothesized that both mechanisms under investigation will contribute to social gains in children over the 4 week period of use.
Examining Mechanisms of Action in Superpower Glass Behavioral Intervention for Children With Autism
- Parent of a child with a professional diagnosis of autism who is at least 18 years
- Child with autism is 4-8 years old
- Parent/Guardian is able to drive to Stanford University for 2 in lab
appointments.(Lives within driving distance of Stanford University).
- Parent/Guardian unable to speak and read in English.
- Child with autism receives Social Communication Questionnaire score>15
device: Superpower Glass
School of Medicine
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Stanford, CA 94305
Kaiti Dunlap, MRes