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New technology for diagnosing Sensory Processing Disorder?

Q-Sensor for diagnosing Sensory Processing Disorder?

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Marketers and scientists love to measure arousal.

Arousal – whether Lizzy is alerted or sleeping through a specific environmental cue is a key component of Sensory Processing Disorder.

In the olden days researchers corralled subjects into laboratories and attached electrodes to their bodies. They introduced potentially interesting objects or situations and then watched as pens drew colored spikes onto mile-long rolls of graph paper.

Measuring arousal is big business. Over the years equipment has become sleek and specialized. No longer confined to a laboratory,the research subject wears a wireless biosensor attached to an elastic wristband,and carries on unencumbered

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