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Biopac Science Lab allows students to record data from their own bodies. It promotes scientific inquiry and student participation. All you need is a computer and students. No technical expertise required! Students record data from heart, brain, muscle, eye, respiration, biofeedback, aerobic exercise, and reaction time experiments. Aligned with National Science Standards.

Each lesson includes onscreen guiding text, sample data, and videos—students focus on principles, not procedure. The curriculum materials include sample questions and answers, normative values, and support tools. The handheld Biopac Science Lab system is aligned with National Science Standards.

Lesson summaries, data reports, and videos available online.

The handheld Biopac Science Lab works with your computer’s sound card or USB audio adapter—it’s as easy as connecting headphones. Runs on Windows XP or Mac OS X 10.4.

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