BIOPAC Psychophysiology Sensors used in Paranatural study – watch now!
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BIOPAC user Dr. Jason Braithwaite, a Cognitive Psychologist and Brain Science lecturer at England’s University of Birmingham, used a 4-channel data acquisition unit with analysis software, EDA/SCR electrodes, and body temp transducers to scientifically evaluate the power of suggestion and bodily reactions triggered by the physical environment in a “haunted” castle.
Participants had psychophysiological sensors attached to record skin conductance response, facial muscle activation, and body temperature using an MP36 data acquisition system, and BIOPAC software analysis tools were used to measure the physiological response data as indicators of overall level of anxiety, stress, or emotional involvement.
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