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201 – SuperLab With AcqKnowledge

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).

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