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BSL Home Class Info

Hands-on, practical lab experience on or off campus, in lab or distanced!

Info for Students & Instructors

How to Download & Install BSL Home

BSL-Home-Welcome

 Welcome! Software Download Notes

BSL Home Installation Guide

 MP41 Hardware Guide

BSL Home quide to practical labs

Quick Guide to BSL Home

How to Start a BSL Home Lesson Recording

How electrodes work

About Electrodes | The Body Electric

Physiology practical labs

BSL Home Lesson Guide
Hands-on Activities & Learning Objectives

Introducing BSL Home (2 min)

MP41 students

BSL Home Photo Contest

BSL Student Software

Prepare…Analyze…Sharedownload here

How to Clean MP41 DAQBSL Home Cleaning Protocol

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free BIOPAC webinar

Enabling Mobile Eye Tracking with Screen-Based Stimuli

Join BIOPAC and Argus Science for a personal look at new Eye Tracking technology for Mobile and Screen-Based Participants. Learn how to utilize ETAnalysis StimTrac combining different types of eye tracking functionality into one tool.

Frazer Findlay from BIOPAC and Robert Wilson from Argus Science will review experiment setup and new safety protocols on how to record Eye Tracking while keeping safe from COVID-19.

Includes setup tips with best practices in the lab environment or in the field, a live demo, and Q&A.

Webinar is LIVE October 28th at 8:00 AM PT.

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New Citations | Analyze Fake News with Media Psychophysiology

Why do we so easily believe Fake News? 68% of Americans find their news through social media, and the prevalence of incomplete or deceptive news stories dubbed “fake news” has wormed its way into the fabric of modern-day media. In an effort to study how social media based news is perceived, this study measured physiological […]

New Citations | Respiration Analysis and More

Comparing Diaphragm Tissue Between Healthy and Ill Patients The human diaphragm is one of the primary muscles used in respiration, contracting and expanding to control breathing. To measure how much diaphragms move for critically ill patients (in an Intensive Care Unit) compared to diaphragms in a healthy subject, patients at “Papageorgiou” General Hospital in Thessaloniki, […]

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