Matthew S. Goodwin, Ph.D., is the Director of Clinical Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Laboratory, Adjunct Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University, and Associate Director of Research at the Groden Center – an Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders in Providence, RI. He has over a decade of research and clinical experience working with the full spectrum of children and adults with ASD; is well acquainted with a variety of experimental methods and statistical approaches used in the behavior sciences; and has extensive experience developing and evaluating innovative technologies for behavioral assessment, including telemetric physiological monitors, accelerometry sensors, and digital video/facial recognition systems.
Goodwin, MS (2008). Enhancing and accelerating the pace of autism research and treatment: The promise of developing innovative technology. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 23, 125-128.
Picard, R. & Goodwin, MS (2008). Developing innovative technology for future personalized autism research and treatment. Autism Advocate, 50, 32-39.
Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF, & Intille, SS (2008). Telemetric monitoring in the behavior sciences. Behavioral Research Methods, 40, 328-341.