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Galloway

  1. 1. Multiple Data StreamsCole Galloway, PT, PhDMichele Lobo, PT, PhDInfant Behavior LabDept of Physical TherapyBiomechanics and Movement Science ProgramUniversity of Delaware
  2. 2. The University of Delaware Newark, DelawareAPTA StudentConclave 2010
  3. 3. Why multiple data streams?
  4. 4. 1) Mission:**Children Explore their world Every day**This is a high bar for children with special needs.
  5. 5. Developmental PsychologyHow do novel motor behaviors emerge?For example: ‘spontaneous’ behaviors adapted for ‘purposeful’ behaviors?
  6. 6. Pediatric NeurorehabHow can we alter the emergence of purposeful behaviors?For example: help young children adapt behaviors for?
  7. 7. Focused on the emergence of behavior
  8. 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. 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. 10. 4) Research Environments PlaygroundLabClinic ELC Classroom Living room
  11. 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. 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. 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. 14. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vNxjwt2AqY
  15. 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.

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