New Citations | BIOPAC in HRV Analysis Research

BIOPAC provides researchers with a complete range of tools to gather data on heart rate variability (HRV). The following studies demonstrate just some of the ways in which HRV research benefits from the implementation of BIOPAC hardware and software solutions. PTSD and HRV Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been associated with dysfunction of the autonomic […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in Autonomic Function Research

BIOPAC provides software and hardware that allows research teams to run autonomic function tests while collecting physiological data. Here are a few studies focusing on BIOPAC’s ability to record physiological signals during autonomic function testing. The Internet, Sleep, and Heart Rate Does internet usage lead to poorer sleep? Using a BIOPAC Data Acquisition System to measure cardiovascular […]

New Citations | Pairs Performing Under Pressure & More

BIOPAC provides software and hardware that allows research teams to study physiological measures, whether in this reality or in virtual reality, or for a single person or multi-person groups. Here are a few studies focusing on BIOPAC equipment’s ability to record physiological signals, including ECG, EDA, and Respiration. Pairs Performing Under Pressure How does acute stress affect real-time cooperation […]

Top Neuroscience and Neurobiology Labs using B-Alert Wireless EEG

B-Alert wireless-EEG headsets and software are used in top Neuroscience University Labs* in a variety of applications: Harvard University: Identification of biomarkers for early on-set Alzheimer’s Disease Stanford University: Center for Design Research (Environmental Psychology) UCSF (San Francisco): Mitigating the Effects of Aging on Memory Decline in Elderly Populations Johns Hopkins University: Neural Adaptive Heads-Up […]

New Citations | Measuring Emotions? We’re Guilty

BIOPAC provides software and hardware that allows research teams to study physiological measures related to emotion and affect. Here are a few studies focusing on affective science that use BIOPAC equipment to record physiological signals, including ECG and EDA. Smiling Equate to Happiness? Regulating one’s emotions is key to mental well-being and developing meaningful relationships. However, can it […]

New Citations | The Relationship Between Parent & Child

BIOPAC provides software and hardware that allows research teams to study physiological measures related to infants and toddlers. Here are a few notable infant and toddler studies using BIOPAC equipment to record ECG, EDA, and RSA. A Touching Mother and Child Study Post-natal behaviors in rats, like licking and grooming their pups, cause decreased behavioral indices of fear […]

New Citations | Does Smiling Make You Happier? & More

BIOPAC provides software and hardware that allows research teams to study any physiological measure. Here are a few notable studies using BIOPAC equipment for ECG, EDA, and HRV Analysis. Intelligent Interaction Leading to Solutions The research being done in the HCI space is amazing, as scientists continue to make computers more adept at communicating with humans, allowing more […]

New Citations | How Sudoku Helps With Rehabilitation & More!

Rehabilitation with Sudoku Sudoku, in the last 10 years, has seen a resurgence in popularity as a challenging logic game. Scientists have also fallen in love with the math puzzle, as a useful tool for neurorehabilitation and cognitive workouts. This study measured prefrontal cortical activity with a continuous-wave fNIR Imager to observe how participants solved […]

New Citations | How Olfaction Affects Resting Brain Activity & More!

Smelling your Emotional State Our sense of smell delivers important information to our brains, such as whether or not food is bad, or reminding us of a pleasant memory (crisp, fall air, anyone?). This fMRI-based study recorded PPG using a Photoplethysmograph Transducer for MRI connected to a PPG100C-MRI Amplifier. A differential pressure transducer continuously recorded variations in […]

New Citations | Respiration Analysis and More

Comparing Diaphragm Tissue Between Healthy and Ill Patients The human diaphragm is one of the primary muscles used in respiration, contracting and expanding to control breathing. To measure how much diaphragms move for critically ill patients (in an Intensive Care Unit) compared to diaphragms in a healthy subject, patients at “Papageorgiou” General Hospital in Thessaloniki, […]