Matthew Goodwin PhD
Assistant Professor
Department: Department of Health Sciences
Office: 312E RB

Phone: 4192
Fax: 2968


Post-Doctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab
Ph.D., University of Rhode Island (Behavioral Science)
M.A., University of Rhode Island (Experimental Psychology)
B.A., Wheaton College (Psychology)

Specializations/Research Interests: personal health informatics, computational behavioral science, Autism spectrum disorders

Selected Research/Scholarship Projects:


Selected Publications:  


Boser, K, Wayland, S, Goodwin, MS(in progress). 21st Century Tools for Students with Autism and Related Disorders. Brookes.

Velicer, WF, Goodwin, MS, Hoppner, BB, & Molenaar, P (in progress). Single-Case Analysis for Behavior Science Research. Taylor & Francis/Routledge.

Book Chapters

Levine, T, Goodwin, MS, & Sheinkopf, S (in press). Psychophysiologic arousal to social stress in Autism Spectrum Disorders. In VB Patel, VR Preedy, & C Martin (Eds.) Comprehensive Guide to Autism. Elsevier.

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.

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.

Velicer, WF, Höppner BB, & Goodwin, MS (2010). Time series studies. In Neil J. Salkind, (Ed),Encyclopedia of Research Design. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

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.

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.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

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.

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.

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.

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.

Goodwin, MS, Intille, SS, Albinali, & Velicer, WF (2011). Automated detection of stereotypical motor movements. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 770-782.

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