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  • 1. Multiple Data StreamsCole Galloway, PT, PhDMichele Lobo, PT, PhDInfant Behavior LabDept of Physical TherapyBiomechanics and Movement Science ProgramUniversity of Delaware
  • 2. The University of Delaware Newark, DelawareAPTA StudentConclave 2010
  • 3. Why multiple data streams?
  • 4. 1) Mission:**Children Explore their world Every day**This is a high bar for children with special needs.
  • 5. Developmental PsychologyHow do novel motor behaviors emerge?For example: ‘spontaneous’ behaviors adapted for ‘purposeful’ behaviors?
  • 6. Pediatric NeurorehabHow can we alter the emergence of purposeful behaviors?For example: help young children adapt behaviors for?
  • 7. Focused on the emergence of behavior
  • 8. 2) Our model for babies brain modules computers adults blank slates helpless and passive ‘super babies’ computers angels animals bundle of reflexescomplex organizations set of genes Baby modeled as baby
  • 9. 3) Research Measures Behavior Biomechanical What, Where, When Limb, joints Video/GPS Motion Standardized Tests Forces Physical Environment Objects Home layoutAnatomical Physiological Social EnvironmentMuscle activity Adults and ChildrenBrain Imaging MRI/MRS Atypical Environments Robotic-User interactions
  • 10. 4) Research Environments PlaygroundLabClinic ELC Classroom Living room
  • 11. 5) Applied Research Studies1. Motor behaviors don’t exist – expand.2. Infant behavior is not about infants – expand.3. Short term change! Long term change? -- expand.4. I don’t know the key issues – expand.5. Multisite trials involve multiple people – expand.6. Expaning funding agendas..NIH, NSF, DOE,
  • 12. Broad-Hybrid-Applied is good…..and tough• +50 infants born preterm & families• 5-10 assessments/session• +800 home sessions • SHAPA• 5 years • Filemakers• Initial Budget – 25%
  • 13. OPEN Shapa and OPEN Share: Make research easier. Getting more out of your data• Data Drowning, Hoarding, Addiction:• Gold standard:How would you know valid data if you saw it? with multiple streams can you see it?• Error interaction:‘Actual data + error’ x number of data streams.• Efficient data mining:Getting out alive, on budget, in time.• Conclusions based on Group vs. Individual issues:how many infants followed the group findings?• Sharing vs. Collaboration:friends, dating, meet your mom, marriage, the break up
  • 14. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vNxjwt2AqY
  • 15. I can not help children with special needs do this without multiple streams. Action Item 1: Standardizing video methodology during play Action Item 2: Happy to share.