The best time to ensure you are getting good data is before you’ve run participants through your study! “Best practice” is influenced by signal type, equipment, protocol, and participants. Whether you’re studying ECG, EEG, EDA, EDA, EMG, EOG, Pulse, Respiration, Temperature, Eye Tracking, Facial Coding, Impedance, Brain Imaging, Cognitive State, or a combination of these and other life science signals and measurements from adult or pediatric participants with wired or wireless systems in the lab, real world, or MRI, these 10 Best Practices can help any lab collect and analyze better data.
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