Bed Rest, Stress, and Neuromuscular Fatigue: New BIOPAC Citations
Home>Bed Rest, Stress, and Neuromuscular Fatigue: New BIOPAC Citations
New publications have been released featuring BIOPAC research solutions. As always, these studies and more can be found over at our publications page. These brand new publications include:
Effects of Head-Down Bed Rest on Brain Physiology and Working Memory: Researcher's used bed rest (specifically in head-down position) to simulate the effects that the prolonged weightlessness of space would have on brain functions. The study used a BIOPAC MP150 system with transducers to record HRV (Heart Rate Variability) and GSR (Galvonic Skin Response). Click here to download the whole paper.
Stress and Risk Perception: In a series of three studies, scientists investigated how imagery that evokes emotional stress influences risk perception and risk taking in real-life scenarios. One of the studies used a BIOPAC MP150 system to record EEG data. Read the whole paper here.
Neuromuscular Fatigue and Recovery Following Football: This experiment investigated football players' neuromuscular fatigue and recovery following a football game with or without heat stress. The researchers used a BIOPAC MP35 system and EMG signals. Read and download the whole paper here.
The ETVision (ETV) wearable unit resembles an eyeglasses frame that can be worn by itself or over the participant’s prescription eyeglasses. It contains miniature “eye cameras” that view each eye and a “scene camera” that views the scene in front of the participant, and a microphone. An optional visor can be mounted to the front […]
BIOPAC combines eye tracking with mobile data logging and physiology data collection to run experiments in the lab or in the real world BIOPAC Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce new eye tracking integration for researchers who conduct experiments from mobile participants in diverse locations. ETVision (EYE-ETV) eye tracking glasses now integrate with BIOPAC wireless systems and software, […]
Impact of Green Space on Stress Reduction Research studies show that the increased exposure of urbanization, traffic noise and pollution has been correlated with increasing levels of stress. However, do greener, more natural environments provide the opposite effect, restoring human well-being and contributing in stress reduction? Researchers compared user experiences in Virtual Reality (VR) scenes […]