Matthew Goodwin, an assis­tant pro­fessor at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, is trying to better under­stand their world by care­fully tracking the boys’ move­ments and their envi­ron­ment. He has the boys wear sen­sors on their ankles and wrists that mea­sure arousal levels, while cam­eras mounted on the walls record activ­i­ties in the class­room, with the goal of finding what trig­gers episodes in the boys.

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