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Startle Eye Blink Tests

Use the stimulator with the OUT100 headphones to present auditory stimuli for classic startle response measurements. Record eye blinks (facial EMG) and use AcqKnowledge to integrate the recorded fEMG in real time. Use the measurement tools to determine the startle response and amplitude directly, or automate analysis with the peak detection tools. (See the EMG Application)

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