AcqKnowledge and Biopac Student Lab both have mechanisms for acquiring and transmitting digital information. Psychology Software Tools, the authors of E-Prime®, refer to such signals as “digital triggers.” This application note describes hardware and software solutions for transferring these signals between E-Prime and BIOPAC systems, and details communication using a PCIe add-on adapter or a Black Box USB TTL Module.
I. Hardware Setup
BSL Systems using MP36, MP35, or MP46
Research Systems using MP36R, MP160, MP150, STP100C
Psychophysiology - Record and analyze BP, ECG, HRV, EDA, EMG, EEG, EOG, RSP, etc. Interface to stimulus presentation programs...use automated analysis routines to easily score and analyze data.
Stim-Response | Virtual Reality - Synchronize events from a virtual world with physiological data from an MP150 system. Use feedback loops for greater control and automation—change the VR world in real time.
Scripting - Customize acquisitions, display, and UI, automate analysis routines, perform batch analyses, and expedite your research time to publish faster! No experience required.
Consumer Neuroscience & Neuroeconomics - Neuromarketing and neuroeconomics tools to study consumers' sensorimotor, cognitive, and affective response to marketing stimuli and decision making tasks. Use fNIR, MRI solutions, EEG, and wireless physiology.
BIOPAC shows you how physiological data is seamlessly synchronized with eye tracking and stimulus presentation in one integrated solution. The talk focuses on optimizing setup, highlighting the benefits of a fully-integrated solution, and how to extract eye tracking and physiology metrics from key points, such as the cumulative average skin conductance level while a participant is focused on areas of interest.
What you will learn: • Hardware setup • Stimulus presentation creation • Setting up Areas of Interest (AOI) • Recording participant data • Analysis and reporting
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