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Matthew Goodwin from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts developed a repetitive behaviour system, as well as one that detects sympathetic nervous system arousal, which is now sold by Empatica

A wearable sensor can track a person’s activities, for example, movements and repetitive behaviours, such as rocking or flapping, as well as detect sympathetic nervous system arousal

Source  Empatica