Thursday, January 24, 2019
Optimize Event-related EDA to Better Understand Subject Response
Electrodermal Activity (EDA) is an objective index for understanding emotional states. Researchers measure EDA to gain insights on psychological or physiological response, leading them down the path of scientific discovery.
Because EDA is so important to research, BIOPAC has created tools to optimize event-related EDA analysis. Join Frazer Findlay, CEO of BIOPAC, to learn how you can improve your EDA analysis techniques. Frazer will run through an example of what the data looks like, he’ll show how it is converted, how to easily run the analysis, and he’ll brief you on the issues you may encounter.
What will you learn:
Plus, a LIVE DEMO of AcqKnowledge Software and the built-in automated EDA analysis tool.
Learn more about EDA and Event-Related EDA.
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Join BIOPAC to learn about Argus ETVision eye tracking glasses and how to integrate with AcqKnowledge software.
You will learn:
– How to optimize the glasses setup
– How to use the glasses for in-lab and mobile applications
– How to import and synchronize logged data from the glasses
– How to analyze the data using ETAnalysis
– How to create Moving and Live Areas of Interest
– How to extract eye tracking measurements in AcqKnowledge with physiological data
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