This application note describes how to configure SuperLab to use it with AcqKnowledge. The SuperLab interface card will be used to generate digital I/O and AcqKnowledge will be used to record physiological responses from the subject and record the timing of stimulus presentation. The interface card is provided with the STP100W; an interface card is also available for Macintosh computers.
In this application note setup, each trial will present a sound, a digital pulse and an image. Three events will be presented simultaneously (with a tone being played while the image is displayed).
ERS: Evoked Response - Record evoked, late, and field potentials, as well as startle and nerve conduction. Powerful on- and off-line averaging features (P300), and dual stimulation ability with the MP150.
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.
Amplifiers & Interfaces - Use BIOPAC amplifiers with MP Systems, as stand-alone devices, or with 3rd-party flow meters, force plates, sono-micrometers, telemetry equipment, metabolic carts, etc.
In this online webinar, Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, will explain how to set up a Facial EMG study and record great Facial EMG data using the newest Smart Amplifiers. He will demonstrate where to place the electrodes and best practices for recording signals from the muscles tied to our emotions. Join us Thursday, April 25th 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM PT
Recent Studies using BIOPACs MP-Series (MP160, MP150) data recorders, ECG Amplifiers, and BioNomadix Wireless recorders: Singing style to infants Mothers around the world sing to infants, presumably to regulate their mood and arousal. Lullabies and playsongs differ stylistically and have distinctive goals. Mothers sing lullabies to soothe and calm infants, and playsongs to engage and […]
Alex Dimov, BIOPAC Sales Executive, was interviewed at the Neuromarketing World Forum by Inside Marketing to discuss how virtual reality can improve marketing research. Alex explains how VR can be used to present virtual iterations of a product to save time and money, and notes that measuring physiological responses adds lots of information for product and messaging […]