BIOPAC Automated Electrodermal Activity Scoring
Measuring Behavior Conference Tutorial: Thursday, Aug. 26 at 10:00 a.m.
In this tutorial, an introduction into the physiological basis for electrodermal activity (EDA) recordings will be given. The entire data analysis process for EDA (Electrodermal Activity) recordings using the AcqKnowledge software will be explained in detail.
The tutorial will be based on examples with real experimental data. The audience will be walked through the steps in the analysis process. Two types of data analysis will be covered: comparisons for EDA activity between different conditions in an experiment and event-related EDA analysis. Sample data will include trials from running the Iowa Gambling Task as well as two other experimental setups.
Additional topics can be addressed at the audience's request, such as customizing the existing analysis routines to fit the researcher's specific needs.
The scoring and automation tools help to standardize the analysis protocol and eliminate subjectivity. The AcqKnowledge software is not a locked system so users can edit the scoring and rerun any of the automated analysis routines using the edited file. The tools save an immense amount of time and provide measures that are otherwise too difficult to obtain.
If you can't attend Measuring Behavior and would like to learn more about AcqKnoweldge scoring tools, contact your local rep (see US Offices and International Distributors) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details or a demo.
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