False alarms due to stimming

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Stimming (used to describe repetitive movements, typically in autism) and seizures can sometimes similar motion and EDA patterns, and therefore may result in false alarms.  The signatures can vary a lot from person to person. In some of the examples published in our work in Epilepsia (Poh et al. 2012), stimming did cause false alarms for some people.

 

 

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