Self-Stimulatory Behaviours in the Wild for Autism Diagnosis
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), often referred to as autism, are neurological disorders characterised by deficits in cognitive skills, social and communicative behaviours. A common way of diagnosing ASD is by studying behavioural cues expressed by the children. We introduce a new publicly-available dataset of children videos exhibiting self-stimulatory (stimming) behaviours commonly used for autism diagnosis. These videos, posted by parents/caregivers in public domain websites, are collected...[Show more]
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