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EDA Webinar | Part 1 – Recording Great EDA Data

Date
Thursday, June 9, 2016

Location
On Demand Playback

How to Get Great EDA Data—Recording Great Data is Part 1 in BIOPAC’s three-part EDA webinar series on accurately recording and analyzing great electrodermal activity (EDA) data for experiments.  This webinar focuses on participant and hardware setup and an overview of artifact identification and removal, analysis techniques, what good vs. bad data looks like, and common issues and troubleshooting.

Topics include…SCR

Webinar Resources

Skin Conductance Transducer, TP

EDA Solutions from BIOPAC

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EDA FAQ – Questions from previous EDA Webinar attendees & Answers from BIOPAC experts

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