BIOPAC Webinar: How to get Great EDA (Electrodermal Activity) Data: Part 2 Analysis Essentials (US Version)
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BIOPAC, the world’s leader in life science data recording, is hosting the 2nd part of the US version of our free webinar on obtaining great Electrodermal Activity (EDA) data on June 23rd, 2016 at 8am PDT. This webinar is for US individuals who were unable to attend the previous European version and will focus on demonstrating and understanding fundamental techniques for analyzing EDA data with AcqKnowledge software.
Who should attend: Researchers in university or commercial settings who need to accurately record and analyze EDA for experiments.
What you will learn: – Manual EDA artifact removal – Automated EDA artifact recognition and removal – Identifying factors that influence data – Recommended analysis software settings – What to look for: identifying usable/not usable data – Why negative EDA data is sometimes obtained and how to correct – How to clean the data for analyses – Using AcqKnowledge‘s SCR scoring routine – Using AcqKnowledge‘s automated Event-related EDA analysis – Converting digital events from stimulus presentation systems into AcqKnowledge events – Getting the data from AcqKnowledge into Excel – Additional analysis techniques
This webinar is brought to you courtesy of BIOPAC.
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. Topics include: how to identify skin conductance responses, convert stim events from E-Prime SuperLab, Presentation, Vizard, etc., into AcqKnowledge events that can used for analysis, and score skin conductance responses using the AcqKnowledge automated EDA analysis tool.
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