In-Home Studies Using Video Game Training for Autism - Exploring Ethics

4/4/2016; 57 minutes

Leanne Chukoskie, Institute for Neural Computation at UC San Diego, presents both the benefits, as well as the challenges, in her experience with delivering a home-based video game intervention designed to train spatial attention control in teens on the Autism Spectrum. The ability to deliver interventions in the home offers both convenience and greater access for families. However, the need to evaluate the success of the interventions in the home also poses some challenges. Recorded on 03/02/2016. (#30013)

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