The Biopac Student Lab Animal and Intro to Human Physiology Core Discipline package is part of the Biopac Student Lab (BSL) System and provides life science educators with a complete teaching program that includes a wide range of options for animal and tissue experiments. Use the power of the BSL System to conduct the most widely studied responses in physiology labs and perform analysis online or off. Lessons target the circulatory system, respiratory system, muscular function, brain function, ANS, exercise physiology, and neurophysiology. Dynamic experiments with students as subjects increase interest and retention and develop critical thinking. Basic lessons guide and prompt students—promote hypothesis-driven student inquiry with advanced options or develop user defined lessons and research projects.
The Animal and Intro to Human Physiology Core Discipline package is both comprehensive and flexible. Many lessons allow students to study animal and human species for comparative physiology programs.The system is an integrated solution that includes hardware, software, and curriculum materials that students use to record data from their own bodies, animals, and tissue preparations.
Educators can also use the Gas Analysis System for human and animal experiments for the analysis of expired O2 and CO2. The Dissolved Oxygen probe allows students to monitor the oxygen consumption of a goldfish. Perform intracellular recording and membrane transport studies.
Add two lessons with the transducer accessory pack BSLAPH-TA
ECG, EEG, EMG, EOG, and EGG
Gas Analysis CO2 and O2
Bioimpedance and Cardiac Output
Respiratory and Pulmonary Function
Nerve Recordings and CAP
Membrane Transport (drug delivery)
Stimulation and Response
Isolated Heart, Lung, Muscle
The Biopac Student Lab System and this Core Discipline package are for inquiry-based, active learning. The BSL System enhances introductory, advanced, and graduate level programs in 4-year or 2-year programs, medical schools, and nursing programs.
There is overwhelming evidence that combining multiple physiological measures provides greater power to discriminate mental workload as well as other cognitive states. Researchers frequently acquire disparate data streams for studies in cognition, human factors, ergonomics, user experience, and more.
Watch the online presentation to learn how to: • Operate a multimodal experiment using: fNIRs, ECG/HRV, eye tracking, and stimulus presentation • Record high quality data • Optimize the setup • Synchronize devices • Analyze data
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