Human behavior plays a critical role in health and wellness across the lifespan. In developmental conditions such as autism, children face significant challenges in acquiring key social and communicative skills. In adulthood, key health-related behaviors such as smoking and unhealthy eating play a substantial role in determining health outcomes. In aging, behavioral changes are often linked to patterns of decline. A common feature across all of these contexts is the difficulty of objectively, reliably, and unobtrusively measuring human behavior in a scalable fashion under both clinical and field conditions.
Dr. Jim Rehg served as a core faculty member of the 2015 mHealth Summer Training Institute held on the UCLA campus.
Dr. Fred Shic from Yale University will be giving a seminar "Looking at Looking in Autism: Eye-tracking Explorations from Infancy to Adults with ASD Using Behavioral, Computational, and Statistical…