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Duke DiVE uses BIOPAC to study fear conditioning in 3D immersive lab

BIOPAC psychophysiological data solutions were used by the Duke University DiVE immersive environment lab in a study on human fear conditioning:

Huff, N.C., Zielinski, D.J., Fecteau, M.E., Brady, R., LaBar, K.S. Human Fear Conditioning Conducted in Full Immersion 3-Dimensional Virtual Reality. J. Vis. Exp. (42), e1993, doi:10.3791/1993 (2010).

Click to watch the JoVE video publication:BIOPAC in immersive VR study

BIOPAC can record and analyze a wide variety of autonomic nervous system functions and offers an array of solutions for psychophysiology and virtual reality protocols.

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