3D Printed Materials Based Triboelectric Device for Energy Harvesting and Sensing

  • Haque R
  • Farine P
  • Briand D
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Abstract

Guidance on effective interventions for disruptive behavior in young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) is limited. We present feasibility and initial efficacy data on a structured parent training program for 16 children (ages 3-6) with ASD and disruptive behavior. The 6-month intervention included 11 Core and up to 2 Optional sessions. The program was acceptable to parents as evidenced by an attendance rate of 84 % for Core sessions. Fourteen of 16 families completed the treatment. An independent clinician rated 14 of 16 subjects as much improved or very much improved at Week 24. Using last observation carried forward, the parent-rated Aberrant Behavior Checklist-Irritability subscale decreased 54 % from 16.00 (SD = 9.21) to 7.38 (SD = 6.15). © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.

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Haque, R. I., Farine, P.-A., & Briand, D. (2017). 3D Printed Materials Based Triboelectric Device for Energy Harvesting and Sensing. Proceedings, 1(10), 580. https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings1040580

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