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CURRICULM VITA MATTHEW S. GOODWIN, Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Assistant Professor Office Address: 312E Robinson Hall Tel: 617.373.4192 Department of Health Sciences email: [email protected] Bouvé College of Health Sciences Northeastern University 360 Huntington Avenue Boston MA 02115 EDUCATION Postdoc 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab, Cambridge, MA Ph.D. 2008 Behavioral Science, University of Rhode Island, Dept. of Psychology, Kingston, RI M.A. 2005 Experimental Psychology, University of Rhode Island, Dept. of Psychology, Kingston, RI B.A. 1998 Psychology, Wheaton College, Dept. of Psychology, Norton, MA Certificate 1995 Psychology & Philosophy, St. Clare’s College, Oxford, England CURRENT ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2012 - Visiting Fellow, Center for Creative Solutions, Marlboro College, Marlboro, VT 2012- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry & Human Behavior Brown University, Providence, RI 2011- Interdisciplinary Assistant Professor (tenure track) Dept. of Health Sciences, Bouvé College of Health Sciences (75%) College of Computer & Information Sciences (25%) Northeastern University, Boston, MA 2011 - Co-Director, Personal Health Informatics Doctoral Program Dept. of Health Sciences, Bouvé College of Health Sciences

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CURRICULM VITA

MATTHEW S. GOODWIN, Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Assistant Professor

Office Address: 312E Robinson Hall Tel: 617.373.4192 Department of Health Sciences email: [email protected] Bouvé College of Health Sciences Northeastern University 360 Huntington Avenue Boston MA 02115 EDUCATION Postdoc 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab, Cambridge, MA Ph.D. 2008 Behavioral Science, University of Rhode Island, Dept. of Psychology, Kingston, RI M.A. 2005 Experimental Psychology, University of Rhode Island, Dept. of Psychology, Kingston, RI B.A. 1998 Psychology, Wheaton College, Dept. of Psychology, Norton, MA Certificate 1995 Psychology & Philosophy, St. Clare’s College, Oxford, England CURRENT ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2012 - Visiting Fellow, Center for Creative Solutions, Marlboro College,

Marlboro, VT 2012- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry & Human Behavior

Brown University, Providence, RI 2011- Interdisciplinary Assistant Professor (tenure track) Dept. of Health Sciences, Bouvé College of Health Sciences (75%) College of Computer & Information Sciences (25%) Northeastern University, Boston, MA 2011 - Co-Director, Personal Health Informatics Doctoral Program Dept. of Health Sciences, Bouvé College of Health Sciences

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College of Computer & Information Sciences Northeastern University, Boston, MA 2011- Visiting Assistant Professor, Media Arts and Sciences, Media Lab

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 2011- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Education

Brown University, Providence, RI 2010- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology

University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI PREVIOUS ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2008-2011 Director of Clinical Research, Media Lab

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 2008-2012 Adjunct Associate Research Scientist, Dept. of Psychiatry & Human

Behavior, Brown University, Providence, RI 1999-2007 Research Associate, Dept. of Psychology, Brown University,

Providence, RI February 1997- Clinical Intern, Mind/Body Medical Institute, Harvard Medical School, August 1998 Boston, MA OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2011- Research Director, The Center for Discovery Hurleyville, NY 2007- Chair, Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative, Autism Speaks, New

York, NY 2005-2011 Associate Director of Research, The Groden Center, Inc. Providence, RI

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1998-2004 Research Coordinator, The Groden Center, Inc Providence, RI HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS 2013 Nomination, Janet Taylor Spence Award for Early Career Contributions Association for Psychological Science 2012 Nomination, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Young Leader Award 2012 Nomination, Rising Star, Association for Psychological Science 2009 Best Paper Award, 11th International Conference on Ubiquitous

Computing (Ubicomp) 2008 Peter Merenda Prize in Statistics and Research Methodology, Dept. of

Psychology, University of Rhode Island 2007 Dissertation Award, Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology 2007 Student Travel Award, International Society for Autism Research 2005 Student Travel Award, Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology 2005 Student Research Award, Autism Special Interest Group Association for Behavior Analysis 1998 Wheaton Scholar/Psi Chi

Wheaton College, Norton, MA

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SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH Publications Relevant Statistics: h-index: 14; i10-index: 20; Citations: 600 Refereed Original Articles (*first or senior author; + lead author who is student advisee) Journal 1. Woodard, CR, Goodwin, MS, Zelazo, PR, Aube, D, Scrimgeour, M, Ostholthoff, T, &

Brickley, M (2012). A comparison of autonomic, behavioral, and parent-report measures of sensory sensitivity in young children with autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 6, 1234-1246.

2. Chen, GM, Yoder, KJ, Ganzel, BL, Goodwin, MS, & Belmonte, MK (2012). Harnessing repetitive behaviours to engage attention and learning in a novel therapy for autism: An exploratory analysis. Frontiers in Educational Psychology, 3, 1-16. +

3. Albinali, F, Goodwin, MS, & Intille, SS (2012). Detecting stereotypical motor movements

in the classroom using accelerometry and pattern recognition algorithms. Pervasive and Mobile Computing, 8, 103-114.

4. Oberleitner, R, Reischl, U, Lacy, T, Goodwin, MS, & Spitalnick, JS (2011). Emerging use of

behavior imaging for autism and beyond. Future Visions on Biomedicine and Bioinformatics, 1, 93-104.

5. Goodwin, MS, Intille, SS, Albinali, & Velicer, WF (2011). Automated detection of

stereotypical motor movements. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 770-782. *

6. Bolte, S, Golan, O, Goodwin, MS, & Zwaigenbaum, L. (2010). What can innovative

technologies do for Autism Spectrum Disorders? Autism, 14, 155-159. 7. Fletcher, RR, Dobson, K, Goodwin, MS, Eydgahi, H, Wilder-Smith, O, Fernholz, D,

Kuboyama, Y, Hedman, EB, Poh, M, & Picard, RW (2010). iCalm: Wearable sensor and network architecture for wirelessly communicating and logging autonomic activity. IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, 14, 215-223.

8. Stroud, LR, Paster, RL, Goodwin, MS, Shenassa, E, Buka, S, Niaura, R, Rosenblith, JF, &

Lipsitt, LP (2009). Maternal smoking during pregnancy and neonatal behavior: A representative community sample. Pediatrics, 123, 842-848.

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9. Aloia, MS, Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF, Arnedt, JT, Zimmerman, M, Skrekas, J, Harris, S, & Millman, RP (2008). Time series analysis of treatment adherence patterns in individuals with obstructive sleep apnea. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 36, 44-53.

10. 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. *

11. Höppner BB, Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF, Mooney, ME, & Hatsukami, DK (2008). Detecting

longitudinal patterns of daily smoking following drastic cigarette reduction. Addictive Behavior, 33, 623-639.

12. Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF, & Intille, SS (2008). Telemetric monitoring in the behavior

sciences. Behavioral Research Methods, 40, 328-341. * 13. Höppner BB, Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF (2008). An applied example of pooled time series

analysis: Cardiovascular reactivity to stressors in children with autism. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 42, 707-727.

14. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, & Diller, A (2007). Brief report: Validating the stress

survey schedule for persons with autism and other developmental disabilities. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 22, 183-189. *

15. Woodard, C, Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, & Bodfish, J (2007). A placebo double-blind study

of Dextromethorphan for problematic behaviors in children with autism. Autism, 11, 29-41. 16. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, Lipsitt, LP, Baron, MG, Hofmann, SG, & Groden, G

(2006). Cardiovascular arousal in individuals with autism. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 21, 100-123. *

17. Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, Lipsitt, LP, Hofmann, SG, Baron, MG, Groden, G, Velicer, WF,

Plummer, B (2005). Assessing cardiovascular responses to stressors in individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disorder, 20, 244-252.

18. Woodard, C, Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, Shanower, C, & Bianco, A (2005). The treatment of

the behavioral sequelae of autism with dextromethorphan: A case report. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 35, 515-518.

19. Friend, K, Goodwin, MS, & Lipsitt, LP (2004). Alcohol use and sudden infant death

syndrome. Developmental Review, 24, 235-251. Conference Proceedings

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20. Chaspari, T, Goodwin, MS, Wilder-Smith, O, Gulsrud, A, Mucchetti, C, Kasari, C, &

Narayanan, S. (in press). A non-homogeneous poisson process model of skin conductance responses integrated with observed regulatory behaviors for autism intervention. 39th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing.

21. Zisook, M, Hernandez, J, Goodwin MS, & Picard, RW. (2013). Enabling visual exploration of long-term physiological data. IEEE Conference on Visual Analytics Science and Technology. +

22. Vosoughi, S, Goodwin, MS, Washabaugh, B, & Roy, D (2012). Speechome recorder for the study of child language development and disorders. ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, 193-200. +

23. Sano, A, Hernandez, J, Deprey, J, Eckhardt, M, Picard, RW, & Goodwin, MS (2012).

Multimodal annotation tool for challenging behaviors in people with autism spectrum disorders. 14th ACM International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing. *

24. Fletcher, R, Amemori, K, Goodwin, MS, & Graybiel, A. (2012). A wearable wireless sensor

platform for studying autonomic activity and social behavior in non-human primates. International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society, 4046-4049.

25. Hedman, E, Miller, L, Schoen, S, Nielsen, D, Goodwin, MS, & Picard, RW (2012).

Measuring autonomic arousal during therapy. International Design and Emotion Conference. +

26. Madsen, M, El-Kaliouby, R, Eckhardt, M, Goodwin, MS, Hoque, ME, Picard, RW (2009).

Interactive social emotional toolkit (iSET). International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction. +

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27. Albinali, F, Goodwin, MS, & Intille, SS (2009). Recognizing stereotypical motor movements in the laboratory and classroom: A case study with children on the autism spectrum. 11th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, New York: ACM Press, 71-80. Best Paper award.

28. Hedman, E, Wilder-Smith, O, Goodwin, MS, Poh, M, Fletcher, R, Picard, RW (2009).

iCalm: Measuring electrodermal activity in almost any setting. International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction. +

29. Hoque, ME, Lane, JK, El-Kaliouby, R, Goodwin, MS, Picard, RW (2009). Exploring speech

therapy games with children on the autism spectrum. 10th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association. +

30. Madsen, M, El Kaliouby, R, Eckhardt, M, Hoque, M, Goodwin, MS, & Picard, RW (2009).

Lessons from Participatory design with adolescents on the autism spectrum. 27th International Conference on Human factors in Computing Systems. +

31. Masden, M, El-Kaliouby, R, Goodwin, MS, Picard, RW (2008). Technology for just-In-time

in-situ learning of facial affect for persons with autism spectrum disorder. 10th ACM Conference on Computers and accessibility. +

32. Goodwin, MS, Intille, SS, Velicer, WF, & Groden, J. (2008). Sensor-enabled detection of

stereotypical motor movements in persons with autism spectrum disorder. 7th International Conference on Interaction Design & Children. *

33. El-Kaliouby, R & Goodwin, MS (2008). iSET: interactive social-emotional toolkit for

autism spectrum disorder. 7th International Conference on Interaction Design & Children. 34. Lee, CH, Morris, R, Goodwin, MS, Picard, RW (2008). Lessons Learned from a pilot study

quantifying face contact and skin conductance in teens with asperger syndrome. Work-In-Progress in CHI 2008. +

Abstracts 35. Palumbo, R, Liu, S, Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF, & Molenaar, PCM. (2012). An idiographic

approach to interpersonal physiological research. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 19 (Suppl 1), S222. +

36. Velicer, WF, Hoeppner, BB, Goodwin, MS, Mooney, ME, Dorothy K. Hatsukami, DK (2006). Longitudinal patterns of smoking for participants in a nicotine harm reduction intervention. Proceedings of the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 13(S1).

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37. Höppner, BB, Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF, Mooney, ME, & Hatsukami, DK (2006). Identifying longitudinal patterns of daily smoking in a nicotine harm reduction intervention. Proceedings of the Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31(S149).

Non-Refereed Articles 38. Picard, R. & Goodwin, MS (2008). Developing innovative technology for future

personalized autism research and treatment. Autism Advocate, 50, 32-39.

39. Groden, J, LeVasseur, P, Goodwin, MS (2006). Stress, coping, and self-control in autism. Autism Advocate, 43, 36-41. *

40. Goodwin, MS, Considine, S, Groden, J, Baron, MG, Groden, G, Velicer, WF, Lipsitt, LP, &

Hofmann, SG (2004). Exploring heart rate responses to stereotypical behavior in an individual with autism. Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities, 20, 1-4. *

Books 41. Keintz, J, Goodwin, MS, Hayes, G, & Abowd, G (2014). Interactive Technologies for Autism.

Synthesis Lectures on Assistive, Rehabilitative, and Health-Preserving Technologies. Morgan & Claypool.

42. Boser, K, Goodwin, MS , & Wayland, S (Eds.) (2013). Technology Tools for Students with

Autism: Innovations that Enhance Independence and Learning. Brookes. Book Chapters 43. Levine, T, Goodwin, MS, & Sheinkopf, S (2014). Psychophysiologic arousal to social stress

in Autism Spectrum Disorders. In VB Patel, VR Preedy, & C Martin (Eds.) Comprehensive Guide to Autism. Vol. 3. (pp. 1177-1194). Springer.

44. Goodwin, MS (2012). Passive telemetric monitoring: Novel methods for real-world behavioral assessment. In M. Mehl & T. Conner (Eds.) Handbook of Research Methods for Studying Daily Life. (pp. 251-266). Guilford. *

45. Cohen, IL, Yoo, HY, Goodwin, MS, Moskowitz (2011). Assessing challenging behaviors in

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Prevalence, rating scales, and autonomic indicators. In J. Matson & P. Sturmey (Eds.) International Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders. (pp. 247-270). Springer.

46. Velicer, WF, Höppner BB, & Goodwin, MS (2010). Time series studies. In NJ Salkind, (Ed),

Encyclopedia of Research Design. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

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47. Walls, TA, Höppner BB, & Goodwin, MS (2007). Statistical issues in intensive longitudinal data analysis. In A. Stone, S. Shiffman, A. Atienza, L. Nebelling (Eds.) The Science of Real-time Data Capture. (pp. 338-360). New York: Oxford University Press.

48. Baron, MG, Lipsitt, LP, & Goodwin, MS (2006). Scientific foundations for research and

practice. In G. Baron, J. Groden, G. Groden, & L. Lipsitt (Eds.) Stress and Coping in Autism. (pp. 53-92). New York: Oxford University Press. *

Manuscripts in Review 49. Lydon, S, Helay, O, Reed, P, Hughes, B, & Goodwin, MS. A systematic review of

physiological reactivity to stimuli in autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. *

50. Ciptadi, A, Goodwin, MS, & Rehg, J. Movement pattern histogram for action recognition and retrieval. 2014 Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference.

Conference Presentations (*first or senior author; + lead author who is student advisee) International 1. Goodwin, MS (2013). Wireless Physiological & Physical Activity Sensing to Enhance &

Accelerate Research & Practice in Individuals with Autism. Invited address at the First International Symposium on Computational Behavioral Science, Japan, September 26th-28th. *

2. Goodwin, MS (2013). Computational Behavioral Science: Developing Innovative Technology to Enhance Research and Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Plenary address at 2nd International Conference on Autism Spectrum Disorders, NUI Galway, Ireland, June 11th-12th. *

3. Eckhardt, M, Goodwin, MS, Picard, RW (2013). Storyscape: A Social Illustrated Primer.

Poster presented at International Meeting for Autism Research, San Sebastian, Spain, May 2nd-4th. +

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4. Chin, I, Vosoughi, S, Goodwin, MS, Roy, DK, Naigles, L (2013). Dense Data Collection Through the Speechome Recorder Better Reveals Developmental Trajectories. Poster presented at International Meeting for Autism Research, San Sebastian, Spain, May 2nd-4th. +

5. Hernandez, J, Sano, A, Zisook, M, Deprey, J, Goodwin, MS, Picard, RW (2013). Analysis and

Visualization of Longitudinal Physiological Data of Children with ASD. Poster presented at International Meeting for Autism Research, San Sebastian, Spain, May 2nd-4th. +

6. Velicer, WF, Babbin, SF, Aloia, M, & Goodwin, MS (2012). Identifying Longitudinal Patterns

of Adherence to Treatment for Sleep Apnea. Paper presented at the 12th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Budapest, August 29th-September 1st.

7. Chin, I, Rubin, D, Tovar, A, **Vosoughi, S, Cheng, M, Potrzeba, E, Goodwin, MS, Roy, D, &

Naigles, L. (2012). Dense Recording of Naturalistic Interactions Reveal Both Typical and Atypical Speech in One Child with ASD. Poster presented at the 10th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Toronto, CA, May 17th-19th. +

8. Eckhardt, M, Goodwin, MS, Picard, R (2012). Influencing Gaze Behavior and Expression

Recognition. Poster presented at the 10th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Toronto, CA, May 17th-19th. +

9. Hernandez, J, Sano, A, Goodwin, MS, Picard, R (2012). AMA, a Tool for Annotation,

Monitoring, and Analylsis of Behavioral Activity. Poster presented at the 10th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Toronto, CA, May 17th-19th. +

10. Liu, S, Molenaar, PCM, Rovine, M, & Goodwin, MS (2011). Modeling the Dynamics in

Physiological Arousal Between Children with Sensory Processing Disorder and Therapists During Psychotherapy. Invited symposium at the International Meeting of the Psychometric Society, Hong Kong, July 19th-22nd. +

11. Goodwin, MS (2011). Developing Innovative Technologies to Enhance and Accelerate

Research and Learning with Individuals on the Autism Spectrum. Keynote address at the 2011 NeuroDevNet Brain Development Conference, Vancouver, B.C., June 19th-21st. *

12. Goodwin, MS (2010). Developing Innovative Technologies to Enhance & Accelerate Research

& Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited workshop at the Karolinska Institute of Neurodevelopmental Disorders (KIND), Stockholm, Sweden, December 8th-9th. *

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13. Goodwin, MS (2009). Overview of Research Findings and Current Developments in Measuring Autonomic Arousal in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited address at the IWK Health Centre and Dalhousie University Advances in the Science and Treatment of Autism conference, Halifax, Canada, November 6th-7th. *

14. Goodwin, MS, Albinali, F, Intille, SS, Velicer, WF, & Groden, J (2009). Telemetric

Assessment of Stereotypical Motor Movements in Persons with Autism. Paper presented at the 1st Annual Conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment, Greifswald, Germany, June 25th-28th. *

15. Goodwin, MS (2008). Innovative Technologies for Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Invited address at the 16th Annual International Congress of Psychiatry, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 7th-10th. *

16. Picard, RW, Goodwin, MS, Fletcher, R, Eydgahi, H., Williams, C., Marecki, A., Lee, CHJ,

Morris, R, Kim, K, Mota, S, & El Kaliouby, R (2008). Development of a New Toolkit Enabling Wearable Wireless Autonomic Nervous System Communication for Persons on the Autism Spectrum. Poster presented at the 7th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, London, May 15th-17th.

17. Teeters, A, El Kaliouby, R, Goodwin, MS, Shandell, M, & Picard, RW (2008). Novel

Wearable Apparatus for Quantifying and Reliably Measuring Social-Emotional Expression Recognition in Natural Face-to-Face Interaction. Poster presented at the 7th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, London, May 15th-17th.

18. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, & Diller, A (2008). Validating the Stress Survey

Schedule for Persons with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Poster presented at the 7th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, London, May 15th-17th. *

19. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, Lipsitt, LP, Baron, MG, Hofmann, SG, & Groden, G.

(2006). Assessing cardiovascular reactivity to environmental stressors in individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Poster presented at the 5th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Montreal, Canada, June 1st-3rd. *

20. Goodwin, MS (2002, May). Behavior analysis in an applied setting for the care and treatment

of children with developmental disabilities. Paper given at the 29th Annual Conference of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Toronto, Canada. *

21. Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, Baron, MG, Lipsitt, LP, & Hofmann, SG (2000). Autism and stress:

Heart rate recording. Symposium given at 30th Annual Conference of the European Association for Cognitive/Behavior Therapy, Granada, Spain.

National

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22. Goodwin, MS (2013). Computational Behavioral Science: Developing Innovative Technology to Enhance Research and Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Plenary address at Rethinking Cognitive Development & Autism Pre-Conference of the Cognitive Development Society, Memphis, TN, October 17th.

23. Rehg, J, Sclaroff, S, Dey, A, Picard, R, Goodwin, MS, Forsyth, D, & Narayanan, S (2013).

Computational Behavioral Science: Modeling, Analysis, and Visualization of Social and Communicative Behavior. Invited presentation at NSF Expeditions in Computing PI Meeting, Washington D.C., May 14th-16th.

24. Goodwin, MS (2013). Computational Behavioral Science: Developing Innovative Technology

to Enhance Research & Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Keynote address at Autism Affinity Group Distinguished Lecture Series, UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment, Los Angeles, CA, May 10th. *

25. Chin, I, S, Potrzeba, E, Goodwin, MS, & Naigles, L (2013). Verb Use in a Child Previously

Diagnosed with ASD: Dense Recordings Reveal Typical and Atypical Development. Poster presented at Society for Research in Child Development 2013 Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA, April 18th-20th. +

26. Goodwin, MS (2013). Assistive Technology and Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Invited address at the Autism Speaks Autism Investment Conference, New York, NY, February 21st. *

27. Goodwin, MS (2013). Developing Wireless Physical Activity & Physiological Sensors to

Enhance and Accelerate Science and Practice in Individuals with ASD. Invited address at Simons Foundation Online Phenotype Workshop, New York, NY, February 14th.

28. Aube, D, Goodwin, MS, & Velicer, W (2012). Cardiovascular Arousal in Individuals with

Autism: An Idiographic Analysis. Poster presented at the 38th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis International, Seattle, WA, May 25th-29th. +

29. Goodwin, MS, McGhee, H, & Palumbo, R (2012). Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders:

A Case Study in the Necessity of Conducting Idiographic Analyses. Presentation given in symposium on Idiographic Methods at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA, April 11th-14th. *

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30. DiCorcia, J, Goodwin, MS, & Snidman, N (2012). A Comparison of Two Measurement Technologies to Collect Electrodermal Activity in Infants. Paper presented in the Symposium Modeling Individual & Dyadic Processes: New Time Series Methods at the 2012 Society for Research in Child Development Themed Meeting: Developmental Methodology, Tampa, FL, February 9th-11.

31. Liu, S, Molenaar, P, Rovine, M, & Goodwin, MS (2012). Time-Frequency Analysis for

Modeling Physiological Dynamics in Dyadic Interactions. Paper presented in the Symposium Modeling Individual & Dyadic Processes: New Time Series Methods at the 2012 Society for Research in Child Development Themed Meeting: Developmental Methodology, Tampa, FL, February 9th-11. +

32. Goodwin, MS (2011). Developing Innovative Technology to Enhance Research & Learning in

Autism Spectrum Disorders. Keynote address at the 29th Annual Autism New Jersey Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, October 13th-14th. *

33. Goodwin, MS (2011). Developing Innovative Technology to Enhance Research & Practice in

Autism Spectrum Disorders. Keynote address at the No Barriers Summit 2011, Winter Park, CO, June 30th-July 3rd. *

34. Goodwin, MS (2011). Developing Innovative Technologies to Enhance & Accelerate Behavioral Science Research. Keynote address at the 2nd Biennial Conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment, Ann Arbor, MI, June 24th-26th. *

35. Goodwin, MS (2011). Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Case Study in the Necessity of Conducting Idiographic Analyses. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, D.C., May 29th- June 1st. *

36. Lee, JC, Goodwin, MS, Picard, RW. (2011). Externalization and Interpretation of Autonomic Arousal In Teenagers Diagnosed with Autism In a Relaxation Experiment. Poster presented at the 9th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, San Diego, CA, May 12th-14th. +

37. Goodwin, MS, Albinali, F., Aube, D., Intille, SS. (2011). Comparing Stereotypical Motor Movement Pattern Recognition Performance Using Mobile Phone Annotations From Experts and Non-Experts. Poster presented at the 9th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, San Diego, CA, May 12th-14th. *

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38. Goodwin, MS (2011). Wireless Sensing of Physiological & Physical Activity in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Invited address at the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Spring Symposia on Computational Physiology, Stanford University, Palo Alto, March 21st-23rd. *

39. Goodwin, MS (2010). Understanding What Happens During Therapy: Innovative Technology, Measurement, & Clinical Questions. Invited address at the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation 11th International Institute & Symposium, Seattle, November 12th-14th. *

40. Hedman, EB, Picard, RW, Miller, LJ, & Goodwin, MS (2010). In-situ Measurement of Electrodermal Activity During Occupational Therapy. Poster presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Portland, September 29th-October 3rd. +

41. Goodwin, MS (2010). Innovative Measures of Autonomic Activity in Daily Life. Invited address at the 41st Autism Society of America National Conference, Dallas, July 7th-10th.

42. Baron, MG, Goodwin, MS, Groden, J & Groden, G (2010). Multimodal Assessment of Stress in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Paper presented at the World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Boston, June 2nd.

43. Eckhardt, M, Goodwin, MS, & Picard, RW (2010). Eyes up: Interactive Tangible-Digital

Puzzles for Learning about Eyes. Poster presented at the 9th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Philadelphia, May 20th-22nd. +

44. Goodwin, MS (2010). Developing Innovative Ways to Measure and Communicate Autonomic

Arousal in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Poster presented at the 9th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Philadelphia, May 20th-22nd. *

45. Hoque, ME, Goodwin, MS, EL-Kaliouby, R, & Picard, RW (2010). Design and Evaluation of

Interactive, Customizable and Extensible Speech Enabled Games as Speech Therapy for Kids with Autism. Poster presented at the 9th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Philadelphia, May 20th-22nd. +

46. Hedman, E, Miller, LJM, Goodwin, MS, & Picard, RW (2010). Wireless, in-Situ Measurement

of Electrodermal Activity During Occupational Therapy. Poster presented at the 9th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Philadelphia, May 20th-22nd. +

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47. Goodwin, MS (2010). Developing Innovative Ways to Measure and Communicate Autonomic Arousal in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited address at the Spiral Foundation Boston Symposium Integration of Sensation: Clinical Innovations and Research, Boston, March 19th-20th. *

48. Goodwin, MS (2009). Technology and Systems Advances. Invited address at the 40th Autism

Society of America National Conference, Chicago, July 23rd-25th. * 49. Hedman, E, Eckhardt, M, Poh, M, Goodwin, MS, Miller, LJ, Brett-Green, B, Schoen, SA,

Nielsen, DM, Picard, RW (2009). Heart Rate Variability and Electrodermal Activity in Children with Atypical Sensory Processing: Exploratory Pattern Analysis. Poster presented at the 8th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Chicago, May 7th-9th. +

50. Goodwin, MS, Intille, SS., Albinali, F, Velicer, WF, & Groden, J (2009). Automated Detection

of Stereotypical Motor Movements. Poster presented at the 8th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Chicago, May 7th-9th. *

51. Eckhardt, M, Madsen, M, Kashef, Y, Nasser, AR, Hoque, ME, El-Kaliouby, R, Goodwin, MS,

Picard, RW (2009). User-Centered Design of Technology for Just-in-Time, in-Situ Exploration of Facial Affect for Persons on the Autism Spectrum. Poster presented at the 8th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Chicago, May 7th-9th. +

52. Chen, GM, Ganzel, BA, Goodwin, MS, & Belmonte, MK (2009). Efficacy of a Prompted-

Pointing Therapy in Improving Learning Behavior in Non-Speaking Children with Autism. Poster presented at the 8th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Chicago, May 7th-9th.

53. Goodwin, MS (2008). Autism Spectrum Disorders: Telemetric Monitoring in Real-World

Environments. Paper presented in the symposium Classroom Design for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder at the 24th annual Build Boston meeting, Boston, Nov 18th-20th. *

54. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Intille, SS, Velicer, WF, & Walls, T (2008). Telemetric Assessment

of Movement Stereotypy in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Gatlinburg Conference, San Diego, CA, March 26th-28th. *

55. El Kaliouby, R, Picard, R, & Goodwin, MS (2007). Creating Wearable Technologies for

Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Workshop presented at the 11th International Symposium on Wearable Computers, Boston, MA, October 11th-13th.

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56. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, & Diller, A. (2007). Validating the Stress Survey Schedule for Persons with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Poster presented at the 115th American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA, August 17th-20th. *

57. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Intille, SS, Velicer, WF, Walls, T (2007). Telemetric assessment of

movement stereotypy. Poster presented at the 6th annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Seattle, WA, May 3rd-5th. *

58. El Kaliouby, R, Picard, RW , Teeters, A, & Goodwin, MS (2007). Social-Emotional

Technologies For ASD. Poster presented at the 6th annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Seattle, WA, May 3rd-5th. *

59. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, Lipsitt, LP, Baron, G, Hofmann, SG, & Groden, G.

(2007). Cardiovascular arousal in persons with autism spectrum disorders. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis International, Boston, MA, February 2nd-4th. *

60. Paster, R, Stroud, LR, Goodwin, MS, Shenassa, E, Buka, S, Niaura, R, Rosenblith, J &

Lipsitt, LP (2007). Prenatal smoking shows greater effects on female infant irritability. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA, March 29th-April 1st.

61. Goodwin, MS, McGinnis, W, Groden, J, & Lambert, G (2006). Urinary isoprostane levels in

ASD: An index of oxidative stress. Paper presented at the 37th National Conference of the Autism Society of America, Providence, RI, July 12th-15th. *

62. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, Baron, MG, Hofmann, SG, & Groden, G (2006).

Cardiovascular Assessment of Arousal in Persons with ASD. Paper presented at the 37th National Conference of the Autism Society of America, Providence, RI, July 12th-15th. *

63. Goodwin, MS, el Kaliouby, R, Teeters, A, & Picard, R (2006). Development of a social-

emotional wearable for persons with autism spectrum disorders. Paper presented at the Interagency Committee on Disability Research meeting Technology to Improve Cognitive Function, Washington, DC, June 29th-30th. *

64. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Velicer, WF, Lipsitt, LP, Baron, MG, Hofmann, SG, & Groden, G

(2006). Telemetric measurement of cardiovascular reactivity to stressors in persons with autism. Poster presented to the 18th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY, May 25th-28th. *

65. Goodwin, MS, Höppner, BB, Velicer, WF, Mooney, M, & Hatsukami, D (2005). Applying

time series analysis to determine the patterns of change following a harm reduction

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intervention. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Graduate Student Pre-conference of the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Lake Tahoe, CA, October 4th-9th. *

66. Velicer, WF, Goodwin, MS, Höppner, BB (2005). Using idiographic methods to understand

change. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Conference of the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Lake Tahoe, CA, October 4th-9th.

67. Baron, MG, Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Groden, G, & Lipsitt, LP (2005). Stress and coping in

autism. Symposium given at the 36th National Conference of the Autism Society of America, Nashville, TN, July 13-16th.

68. Baron, MG, Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, & Lipsitt, LP (2005). Stress and coping in autism

spectrum disorders. Paper presented at the 31st Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL, May 27th-31st.

69. Goodwin, MS, Velicer, WF, Intille, S, & Walls, T (2005). Leaving the lab: Telemetric

monitoring in behavioral medicine. Symposium given at the Annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, MA, April 13th-16th. *

70. Goodwin, MS, Freedman, R, Grossman, P, Myrtek, M, Forester, F, Hoppner, BB, & Wirth, R

(2004). Leaving the lab: Telemetric monitoring in the social & behavioral sciences. Symposium given at the Annual American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 28th-August 1st. *

71. Goodwin, MS, Baron, MG, & Lipsitt, LP (2004). Stress and coping in autism spectrum

disorders. Panel given at the Annual American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 28th-August 1st. *

72. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Baron, G, Groden, G, Velicer, WF, Lipsitt, LP, Hofmann, SG, &

Hoppner, BB (2004). Cardiovascular responses to stress in individuals with autism. Poster presented at the 16th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL. *

73. Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, Baron, MG, Woodard, C (2004). Expanding behavioral assessment

and treatment in autism and developmental disabilities. Panel given at the 30th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis Convention, Boston, MA.

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74. Goodwin, MS, & Considine, S (2004). Stereotypical behavior patterns and heart rate in persons with autism. Poster presented at 30th Annual Association for Behavior Analysis Convention, Boston, MA. *

75. Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, Baron, MG, Diller, A, Groden, G, Velicer, WF, Lipsitt, LP, &

Hofmann, SG (2003). Stress & autism: Assessment and intervention. Poster presented at 37th Annual Conference of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston, MA.

76. Woodard, C, Shanower, C, Bianco, Groden, J, & Goodwin, MS (2003). The treatment of the

behavioral sequelae of autism with dextromethorphan: A case report. Poster presented at 37th Annual Conference of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston, MA.

77. Lipsitt, LP, Buka, SL, Satz, P, Martin, LT, & Goodwin, MS (2003). Perinatal and cognitive

precursors of suicidality. Poster presented at the 3rd Biennial Meeting of the Society for the Study of Human Development, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

78. Höppner, BB, Goodwin, MS, & Velicer, WF (2003). Pooled time series analysis: An applied

example. Paper presented at the 1st Annual Graduate Student Pre-conference of the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Keystone, CO.

79. Lipsitt, LP, & Goodwin, MS (2001). Biobehavioral aspects of crib death. Poster presented at

the 41st Annual Conference of the New England Psychological Association, Danbury, CT. 80. Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, Baron, MG, Lipsitt, LP, & Hofmann, SG (2000). Stress in autism:

Preliminary data on basal heart rate and heart rate changes. Symposium given at the 34th Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA.

81. Goodwin, MS, Groden, J, Baron, MG, Lipsitt, LP, & Hofmann, SG (2000). Stress in autism

spectrum disorder: A methodology & preliminary results. Poster presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA. *

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Regional/Local 82. Goodwin, MS (2014). Understanding Affect and Supporting Behavior Regulation in

Individuals on the Autism Spectrum: A Computational Behavioral Science Approach. Invited address at the Northeastern University Conference New Vistas in Emotion and Technology, Boston, MA, January 31st. *

83. Goodwin, MS (2013). Measurement and Analysis of Stereotypical Movements in Individuals with Autism. Invited address at the Northeastern University Boston Action Club Speaker Series, Boston, MA. *

84. Goodwin, MS (2013). Computational Behavioral Science: Developing Innovative Technology

to Enhance Research and Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited address at May Institute Professional Continuing Education Seminar Series, Randolph, MA, October 7th. *

85. Goodwin, MS (2013). Innovative Technology for Recording Behavior in Natural Settings.

Plenary address at Simons Foundation 2nd Annual Variations in Individuals Project Meeting, Orlando, FL, July 19th-21st. *

86. Goodwin, MS (2013). Computational Behavioral Science: Developing Innovative Technology

to Enhance Research & Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Keynote address at Bailey’s Team for Autism, Mansfield, MA, May 22nd. *

87. Goodwin, MS (2013). Computational Behavioral Science: Developing Innovative Technology

to Enhance Research & Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited plenary address at Northeastern University Communication and Digital Signal Processing Workshop, Boston, MA, April 5th. *

88. Goodwin, MS (2012). Innovative Technologies for the Study of Autism Spectrum Disorders:

Research and Applications. Invited address at the University of Massachusetts Department of Computer Science, Amherst, MA, November 2nd. *

89. Goodwin, MS (2012). Innovative Technologies for the Study of Autism Spectrum Disorders:

Research and Applications. Invited address at the University of Connecticut Department of Psychology, Storrs, CT, October 5th. *

90. Goodwin, MS, Kumar, S, & Shetty, V (2012). Principles of mHealth Design – III: Methods –

Optimizing Multimodal Mobile Assessment. Invited address presented at the 2012 mHealth Summer Training Institute, Northeastern University, Boston, July 29th-August 3rd. *

91. Goodwin, MS (2012). Innovative Technologies for Measuring, Communicating, and Understanding Physiological Features of Anxiety. Invited Address at the Asperger’s Association of New England-Sponsored Current Research: Implications for the Asperger Community, Boston, MA, March 16th. *

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92. Goodwin, MS (2011). Technology Platforms to Assist Persons with Autism Spectrum

Disorders. Demonstration session at the Annual Autism Consortium Meeting, Boston, MA, October 25th. *

93. Goodwin, MS (2011). Developing Innovative Technology to Enhance Research & Learning in

Autism Spectrum Disorders. Keynote address at the 3rd Annual KidA Summit on Autism, University of California Irvine, September 17th. *

94. Goodwin, MS (2011). Developing Innovative Technology to Enhance Research & Learning in

Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited address at the University of California San Diego Research on Aging and Development Laboratory, San Diego, September 16th. *

95. Goodwin, MS (2011). Developing Innovative Technology to Enhance Research & Learning in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited address at the University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering, Los Angeles, September 15th. *

96. Goodwin, MS. (2011). Innovative Technologies for Quantifying Behavioral Phenotypes in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Invited address at the Simons Foundation Biomarkers Workshop, Stonybrook, NY, July 23rd-24th. *

97. Goodwin, MS. (2011). Emerging Technologies for Measuring and Tracking Biological and Interpersonal Dynamics. Invited Address at the 22nd Annual International Trauma Conference, Boston, MA, May 18th-21st. *

98. Goodwin, MS (2011). Understanding the Role of Stress and Anxiety in Social Competence.

Invited address at the Youthcare/MGH Annual conference, Boston, MA, April 9th. * 99. Goodwin, MS (2010). School Design for Children & Youth with ASD: The Role Innovative

Technology Can Play. Paper presented at Build Boston 2010, Boston, November 17th-19th. * 100. Goodwin, MS (2010). Innovative Technologies for Measuring, Communicating, &

Understanding Physiological Features of Anxiety. Invited address at the Asperger’s Association of New England Annual Conference Asperger Syndrome Connections 2010, Marlborough, MA, September 24th- 25th. *

101. Goodwin, MS (2010). Developing Innovative Technologies for Autism Research & Practice. Invited Address at the Center for Autism Research/Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, September 8th. *

102. Goodwin, MS (2010). Developing Innovative Technologies for Autism Research & Practice.

Invited Address at the Morrow Lab in the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, & Biochemistry, Brown University. Providence, June 17th. *

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103. Goodwin, MS (2010). Future Technologies for Measuring, Communicating, and Understanding Physiological Features of Anxiety in Persons with Asperger Syndrome. Invited address at the Asperger’s Association of New England and MGH Youthcare sponsored Anxiety & Asperger Syndrome Symposium, Cambridge, March 26th-27th. *

104. Goodwin, MS (2008). Innovative Technologies for Assessing Arousal and Stereotypical

Motor Movements in Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Invited address at the Florida State University Autism Institute, Tallahassee, FL, June 16th-20th. *

105. Goodwin, MS (2008). Innovative Technologies for Assessing Arousal and Stereotypical

Motor Movements in Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Invited paper presented at the 2nd Annual Elizabeth A. Connelly Memorial Conference Autism: Prenatal and Perinatal Factors & Evidence-Based Assessment and Intervention, Staten Island, NY, April 17th-18th. *

106. Goodwin, MS, & Baron, MG (2000). Stress survey schedule for individuals with autism and

developmental disabilities: Social validation using the delphi method. Poster presented at 20th Annual Conference of the Berkshire Association of Behavior Analysis and Therapy, Amherst, Massachusetts.*

107. Groden, J, Goodwin, MS, Baron, MG, Lipsitt, LP, & Hofmann, SG (2000). Functional

assessment of stress in individuals with autism spectrum disorder: Patterns of behavioral and psychophysiological responses. Symposium given at the Groden Center annual conference Autism: Current Status and Future Trends, Providence, Rhode Island.

Conference/Symposium Organizer 108. Goodwin, MS (2014). Symposium Organizer, Innovative Technology for Autism

Demonstration Session at the International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA. *

109. Goodwin, MS (2013). Symposium Organizer, Innovative Technology for Autism Demonstration Session at the International Meeting for Autism Research, San Sebastian, Spain. *

110. Goodwin, MS (2013). Symposium Organizer, Emerging Technologies for Behavioral Assessment in Natural Environments, Society for Ambulatory Assessment, 3rd Annual Conference, Amsterdam, June 21st. *

111. Naryanan, S, Rehg, J, Goodwin, MS, Abowd, G, & Rozga, A (2012). Co-Organizer, NSF

Expeditions Open Workshop on Computational Methods for Quantifying Social and Communicative Behavior in Autism. USC, Virterbi School of Engineering, September 28th.

112. Rehg, J, Abowd, G, & Goodwin, MS (2012). Co-Organizer, NSF Expeditions Summer

School. Center for Discovery, NY, June 5th-8th.

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113. Jekel, D, McLeod, S, Goodwin, MS, et al. (2012). Co-Organizer, Asperger’s Association of New England-Sponsored Current Research: Implications for the Asperger Community, Boston, March 16th.

114. Goodwin, MS (2012). Symposium Organizer, Innovative Technology for Autism

Demonstration Session at the International Meeting for Autism Research, Toronto, CA. * 115. Rehg, J, Abowd, G, & Goodwin, MS (2011). Co-organizer, NSF Expeditions Open

Workshop on Technology and Autism Research: Towards a Computational Science of Behavior. MIT Media Lab, September 27th.

116. Goodwin, MS (2011). Organizer, Innovative Technology for Autism Demonstration Session

at the International Meeting for Autism Research, San Diego, CA. * 117. Colamarino, S, Wallace, S, Goodwin, MS, Boser, K (2011). Core 77/Autism Speaks-

Sponsored Autism Connects International Student Design Competition, http://www.core77.com/blog/competition/autism_connects_design_challenge_competition_winners_19222.asp

118. Goodwin, MS (2010). Symposium Organizer, Innovative Technology for Autism Demonstration Session at the International Meeting for Autism Research, Chicago, IL. *

119. Goodwin, MS (2009). Symposium Organizer, Innovative Technology for Autism Demonstration Session at the International Meeting for Autism Research, Seattle, WA. *

120. Groden, J, Groden, G, Goodwin, MS, Lipsitt, L, Baron, M (2007). Co-Organizer, Autism

Spectrum Disorder: Recent Advances in Infantile Origins, Early Childhood Detection, and Intervention. Brown University, September 28th-30th.

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GRANT FUNDING Completed External Funded Grants • “Telemetric Assessment of Movement Stereotypy in Children with Autism Spectrum

Disorder” sponsored by Autism Speaks (Goodwin Co-PI; Groden PI, The Groden Center); Sep 2006 – Aug 2008. Total costs over study period: $118,000.

• “Autism Spectrum Disorder: Recent Advances in Infantile Origins, Early Childhood Detection, and Intervention” sponsored conference by American Psychological Association and Autism Speaks (Goodwin Co-PI; Lipsitt PI, Brown University); Jul 2007. Total costs: $20,000.

• “HCC: Collaborative Research: Social Emotional Technologies for Autism Spectrum

Disorders” sponsored by the National Science Foundation (Goodwin Co-PI; Picard PI, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Sep 2007 – Aug 2011. Total Costs over study period: $900,000.

• “Computerized Interventions to Promote Verbal Expressions in Individuals with Autism

Spectrum Disorders” sponsored by Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation (Goodwin Co-PI; Picard PI, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Sep 2008 – Aug 2009. Total costs over study period: $97,258.

• “Developing New Methods for Supporting the Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative

Community” sponsored by Autism Speaks (Goodwin PI); Aug 2008 – Jul 2009. Total costs: $20,000.

• “Assessing and Communicating Movement Stereotypy and Arousal Telemetrically in

Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder” sponsored by Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation (Goodwin PI); Sep 2008 – Aug 2011. Total costs over study period: $158,000.

• “A Prospective Multi-System Evaluation of Infants at Risk for Autism” sponsored by the

Department of Defense (Goodwin Co-I; Herbert PI, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard); Sep 2008 – Aug 2010. Total costs over study period: $850,000.

• “Assessing Information Processing and Capacity for Understanding Language in Non-

Verbal Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder” sponsored by Autism Speaks (Goodwin Co-I; Benaisch PI, Rutgers); Jul 2008 – Jun 2011. Total costs over study period: $250,000.

• “Wearable Wireless Toolkit for Measurement and Communication of Autonomic Nervous

System Activity in Autism” sponsored by Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation (Goodwin Co-PI; Picard PI, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Sep 2009 – Aug 2011. Total costs over study period: $750,000.

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• “Collaborative Research Supplement and Infrastructure and Research Equipment for

Advancement of Science to Language Development and Outcome in Children with Autism” sponsored by National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, RO1 Supplement (Goodwin Co-I; Naigels PI, University of Connecticut); Aug 2009 – Jul 2011. Total costs over study period: $100,000.

• “Development of a Wireless, Wearable Sensor for Measuring Autonomic Nervous System

Functioning in Primates” sponsored by Jane Botsford Johnson Foundation (Goodwin PI); Jul 2010 – Aug 2011. Total costs over study period: $85,000.

• “Innovative Assessments of Top-down Processing in Persons with Autism Across a Range

of Functioning Levels” sponsored by Simons Foundation (Goodwin Co-I; Sinha PI, Brain Cognitive Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Sep 2010 – Aug 2011. Total costs over study period: $50,000.

• “Career Development Award” sponsored by Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation

(Goodwin PI); Sep 2010 – Aug 2012. Total costs over study period: $200,000. • “ASD and Design: Defining the Future of Autism Spectrum Disorder Related Design and its

Relationship to Advanced Technology” sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts (Goodwin PI); Jul 2010 – Jun 2011. Total costs over study period: $25,000.

Completed Internal Funded Grants • “Visualizing Physiological Arousal in Real-Time to Enhance Communication, Self-

Regulation, and Learning in Autism Spectrum Disorders” sponsored by Northeastern Tier I (Goodwin PI); Sep 2011 – Aug 2013. Total costs over study period: $50,000.

• “Exploring the Use of Innovative Technologies in Behavioral Health” sponsored by Northeastern Tier I (Goodwin Co-PI; Lincoln PI, Dept. of Health Science, Northeastern); Sep 2011 – Aug 2013. Total costs over study period: $50,000.

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Active External Grants • “Multi-modal Computational Behavior Analysis” sponsored by National Science

Foundation, Expeditions in Computing Award for Human Computer Interaction (Goodwin Subcontract PI, Associate Project Director; Rehg PI, Georgia Institute of Technology); Sep 2010 – Aug 2015. 2 Summer Months in Years 1-5; Total subcontract costs over study period: $271,681 (out of total project costs over study period $9,999,246).

• “Minimally Verbal Children with ASD: From Basic Mechanisms to Innovative Interventions” sponsored by National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, P50 Autism Center of Excellence (Goodwin Subcontract PI; Tager-Flusberg PI, Boston University); Sep 2013 – Aug 2017. 1.5 Calendar Months in Years 1-5; Total subcontract costs over study period: $415,242 (out of total project costs over study period $10,000,000).

• “Toward Outcome Measurement of Anxiety in Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders”

sponsored by National Institutes of Health, RO1 (Goodwin Consultant; Scahill PI, Emory); Sep 2013 – Aug 2017. No committed percent effort. Total costs over study period: $3,257,052.

• “Rhode Island Collaborative for Autism Research & Treatment (RICART): Developing a

Statewide Integration in Autism Efforts” sponsored by Simons Foundation (Goodwin Co-I; Morrow PI, Brown University); Sep 2013 – Aug 2015. No committed percent effort. Total costs over study period: $1,200,000.

• “Development of a Home-Based System for Biobehavioral Recording of Individuals with

Autism” sponsored by Simons Foundation (Goodwin PI); Jul 2013 – Jun 2015. 4 Calendar Months in Years 1-2; Total costs over study period: $1,053,959.

• “ASD Demonstration Project: Influences of Early Life Course” sponsored by NeuroDevNet

Canadian Networks of Centres of Excellence Goodwin Consultant; Zwaigenbaum PI, University of Alberta); Sep 2013 – Aug 2015. No committed percent effort. Total costs over study period: $913,600.

• “Project MENTIS: Rapid Pilot Research Deployment and Evaluation” sponsored by Janssen

Pharmaceuticals Research & Development (Goodwin PI); Nov 2013 – Oct 2014. 2 Summer Months. Total costs over study period: $308,482.

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• “Development of a New Technology for Assessing Pediatric Pain (NTAP)” sponsored by National Institutes of Health, R01 (Goodwin Subcontract PI; Bartlett PI, University of California San Diego); Sep 2013 – Aug 2017. 1.5 Calendar Month in Years 1-5; Total subcontract costs over study period: $325,000 (out of total project costs over study period $3,246,414).

Pending External Grants • “Measuring and Motivating Dietary Habit Formation Using Mathematical Modeling of

Behavior and Social Network Analysis” (Goodwin Co-PI; Intille PI, Northeastern), National Science Foundation, Smart and Connected Health, Submitted Dec 2013, Proposed period of performance: Sep 2014 – Aug 2016; Total costs over study period: $2,108,648.

• “A Paradigm Shift in the Science of Subjective Experience: Applications to the Understanding of Human Stress” (Goodwin Co-PI; Feldman Barrett PI, Northeastern), National Institutes of Health Transformative RO1, Submitted Oct 2014, Proposed period of performance: Jul 2014 – Jun 2019; Total costs over study period: $9,018,501.

• “Positive Social Emotions: A New Approach to Enhancing Cancer-Prevention Behavior”

(Goodwin Co-PI; Desteno PI, Northeastern), National Institutes of Health, RO1, Submitted May 2013, Proposed period of performance: May 2014 – Apr 2018; Total costs over study period: $1,786,919.

• “Air pollution, neighborhoods, and autism prevalence in the US” (Goodwin Co-PI; Suh PI,

Northeastern), National Institutes of Health, R21, Submitted Jan 2013, Proposed period of performance: Sep 2014 – Aug 2016; Total costs over study period: $438,532.

Pending Internal Grants • “Gathering Pilot Data to Support Development of Campus Living Laboratory” (Goodwin

Co-PI; Intille PI, Northeastern), Northeastern Tier I, Submitted Feb 2014, Proposed period of performance: Sep 2014 – Aug 2015; Total costs over study period: $50,000.

Not Funded External Grants • “Personal Health Informatics: Technological Innovation Transforming Health and

Wellness” (Goodwin Co-PI; Intille PI, Northeastern), National Science Foundation, Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship, Submitted Jul 2012, Total costs over study period: $3,000,000. Reviewed.

• “Developing Scalable Measures and Automated Analysis of Stereotypical Motor Movements” (Goodwin Co-PI; Albinali PI, Everyfit), Autism Speaks Small Business

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Innovation Research, Submitted Oct 2012, Total costs over study period: $100,000. Reviewed.

• “Multi-method Assessment of Abnormal Sensory Responses in Nonverbal Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders” (Co-PI Goodwin; PI Ben-Sasson, Hafia University), Autism Speaks Pilot Research Award, Submitted Jun 2012, Total costs over study period: $120,000. Reviewed.

• “Developing a Low-cost, Easy-to-use, and Accurate System for Automatically Recognizing

and Monitoring Stereotypical Motor Movements” (Goodwin PI), Charles H. Hood Foundation, Submitted Mar 2012, Total costs over study period: $150,000. Reviewed.

TEACHING & ADVISING Classroom Teaching • Lead Instructor, Course Developer, Critical Appraisal of the Scientific Research Literature

(PHTH5240), Northeastern University, Summer 2013, 5 students, TRACE Evaluation: 5.0 out of 5.0. Developed syllabus and lesson plans. Teaches graduate students how to critically and systematically evaluate the merits of published research involving human participants. Class first offered in Summer 2012.

• Lead Instructor, Course Developer, Theoretical Foundations in Personal Health Informatics

(HINF5200), Northeastern University, Fall 2013, 6 students, TRACE Evaluation: 4.8 out of 5.0. Developed syllabus and lesson plan. Class is required for Personal Health Informatics doctoral students and provides introduction to and foundation for Personal Health Informatics by reviewing major theories and models of health behavior change and health education at individual, interpersonal, and community levels in a wide variety of settings and populations. Class first offered in Fall 2012.

• Lead Instructor, College: An Introduction (HSCI100), Northeastern University, Fall 2013, 18

Students, TRACE Evaluation: 4.5 out of 5.0.

• Lead Instructor, Course Developer, Critical Appraisal of the Scientific Research Literature (PHTH5240), Northeastern University, Summer 2012, 8 students, TRACE Evaluation: 5.0 out of 5.0.

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• Lead Instructor, Course Developer, Theoretical Foundations in Personal Health Informatics (HINF5200), Northeastern University, Fall 2012, 5 students, TRACE Evaluation: 4.8 out of 5.0.

• Co-Instructor, Course Developer, Autism Theory & Technology (MAS.771), Massachusetts

Institute of Technology, Media Lab, Spring 2011, 7 students. No evaluations.

Co-developed syllabus and lesson plan. Provides graduate students with a foundation in autism theory and autism technology to leverage and expand the Media Lab’s ability to pioneer new technology in service of helping underserved populations. Class first offered in Spring 2009.

• Lead Instructor, Course Developer, Behavioral Research Methods & Statistics (MAS.964), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Spring 2010, 10 students. No evaluations.

Developed syllabus and lesson plan. Teaches graduate students how to design effective experiments and be critical consumers of research.

• Co-Instructor, Course Developer, Autism Theory & Technology (MAS.771), Massachusetts

Institute of Technology, Spring 2009, 8 students. No evaluations.

• Graduate Teaching Assistant, Time Series Analysis (PSY517), University of Rhode Island, Spring 2005, 6 students. No evaluations.

• Graduate Teaching Assistant, Structural Equation Modeling (PSY612), University of Rhode

Island, Fall 2004, 15 students. No evaluations. Northeastern University Guest Lectures • Principles of Information Science (IS200), Northeastern University, Fall 2012

• Principles of Population Health (PHTH 6400), Northeastern University, Fall 2013, Lecture 1. • Principles of Population Health (PHTH 6400), Northeastern University, Fall 2013, Lecture 2. • American Healthcare (PHTH 1260), Northeastern University, Fall 2013 Advising and Mentoring Activities Doctoral Students Primary Mentor

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• Oliver Wilder-Smith, Ph.D. Candidate, Personal Health Informatics, Dept. of Health Science & College of Computer and Information Sciences, Northeastern University, Expected graduation June 2016

• Miriam Zisook, Ph.D. Candidate, Personal Health Informatics, Dept. of Health Science & College of Computer and Information Sciences, Northeastern University, Expected graduation June 2016

Committee Member • Rick Palumbo, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Psychology, University of Rhode Island, Expected

graduation, June 2014

• Heather McGhee, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Psychology, University of Rhode Island, Expected graduation, June 2014

• Siwei Liu, Ph.D., Developmental Quantitative Methods, College of Health and Human

Development, Pennsylvania State University, 2012 Thesis Title: “Modeling psychophysiological processes in dyadic interactions” Current position: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Human Ecology, University of California, Davis

• Jackie Lee, Ph.D., Media Arts & Sciences, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011 Thesis Title: “Misunderstanding detection: Externalizing and interpreting autonomic arousal in people diagnosed with autism” Current position: Intel

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Reader • Daniel Schulman, Ph.D., College of Computer and Information Sciences, Northeastern

University, 2012 Thesis Title: “Embodied agents for long-term discourse” Current position: Medical Informatics Fellow, Veterans Health Administration, Boston

Masters of Science Committee Member • Iris Chin, M.A., Dept. of Psychology, University of Connecticut, 2013

Thesis Title: “Dense recordings reveal typical and atypical development of tense productivity in a child previously diagnosed with ASD”

• Steve Babbin, M.A., Dept. of Psychology, University of Rhode Island, 2012

Thesis Title: “Identifying longitudinal patterns of adherence to treatment for obstructive sleep apnea”

• Daniella Aube, M.A., Dept. of Psychology, University of Rhode Island, 2011

Thesis Title: Cardiovascular arousal in individuals with autism spectrum disorder: An idiographic analysis”

• Sophia Yuditskaya, M.S., Media Arts & Sciences, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of

Technology, 2010 Thesis Title: “Automatic vocal recognition of a child’s perceived emotional state within the speechome corpus” Current position: Lincoln Laboratories

Advisor

• Micah Eckhardt, M.S., Media Arts & Sciences, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011 Thesis Title: “Eyes up: Influencing social gaze and expression recognition through play”

• Elliot Hedman, M.S., Media Arts & Sciences, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of

Technology, 2010 Thesis Title: “In-situ measurement of electrodermal activity during occupational therapy”

SERVICE Northeastern University

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Department • Member, Masters of Public Health Curriculum Committee, 2012 – present.

• Undergraduate Health Science Day, Fall 2012 • Member, Merit Review Committee, Fall 2011 – present • Member, Environmental & Occupational Health Faculty Search Committee, Fall 2011 School

• Member, Health Sciences Dept. Chair Search Committee, Bouvé College of Health

Sciences, March 2013 – present University • Co-Director, Personal Health Informatics Doctoral Program, Dept. of Health Sciences,

Bouvé College of Health Sciences & College of Computer and Information Sciences, Northeastern University, 2011 – present. Co-direct Personal Health Informatics Doctoral Program, which matriculated its first class of five students in Fall 2011. Responsible for recruiting, admissions, curricular, and academic policies.

• Personal Health Informatics Openhouse, Fall 2012, 2013

Professional Service Discipline and Profession • Scientific Advisor, West Health Institute, 2014 – present

• Scientific Advisor, Kimberly-Clark, 2013 – present • Scientific Advisor, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, 2013 – present • Faculty, National Institutes of Health, Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research,

Mobile Health (mHealth) Training Institute, 2012 – present

• External Advisor, Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee, Dept. of Health & Human Services, 2012

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• Executive Committee Member, Society for Ambulatory Assessment, 2011 – present • Scientific Advisory Board Member, European ASC-Inclusion Project, 2011 – present • Strategic Advisory Board Member, Neurodevnet Autism Working Group, 2011

• Scientific Advisory Board Member, Els for Autism Foundation, 2010 – present • Scientific Advisor, Helen Hamlyn Center for Design, Royal College of Art, 2010 – present • Scientific Advisory Board Member, Affectiva, Inc., 2009 – present

• Executive Committee Member (Student Liaison, Web Committee, Nominations

Committee), International Society for Autism Research, 2008 – present • Chair, Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative, Autism Speaks, 2007 – present

• Scientific Advisory Board Member, Behavior Imaging Solutions, Inc., 2007 – present Refereed Journal Reviews • Guest Editor, Special Issue on “Technology: Software, Robotics, and Translational

Science,” Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, May, 2014

• Editorial Board Member, Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice, 2012 – present

• Guest Editor, Special Issue on “Autism & Technology,” Autism: International Journal of

Research and Practice, Jan 2010

• Editorial Board Member, Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disorders, 2007 – present

Reviewer for numerous professional journals including: American Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice, Autism Research, CHI, IEEE, Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disorders, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Molecular Autism, Methods of Information in Medicine, Pervasive, Psychological Science, Ubicomp Refereed Grant Reviews

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Regular reviewer for National Science Foundation, Autism Speaks, Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology Community/Public • Scientific Advisory Board Member, Spectrum of Hope, 2013 – present • Scientific Advisory Board Member, Kids Institute for Development and Advancement, 2012

– present

• Senior Advisor, Massachusetts Governor’s Office on Universal Design & Assistive Technology, 2011 – present

• Strategic Planning Advisory Board Member, Aspire, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard, 2010 – present

Professional Development • Invited Attendee, Google Summit on Accessibility and Usability, Sep 2013 • Invited Attendee, National Cancer Institute, Workgroup on Stress and Emotion,

Apr 2012 • Invited Attendee, National Institutes of Health, Office of Behavioral and Social Science

Research, Mobile Health (mHealth) Winter Training Institute, Dec 2011