On-Demand | Dyadic Interactions | Recording from Multiple Participants Part I
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Performing a dyadic experiment is more complex and requires more planning than research with single participants. The choice and configuration of the equipment is driven by the experimental paradigm, equipment should be unobtrusive, and data must be tightly synchronized.
Fortunately, recording physiological signals can be made easy by making the right choices in instrumentation, planning out the experiment, and streamlining data analysis.
Join BIOPAC to learn how to record high-quality, synchronized data for a wide range of applications including child-parent, doctor-patient, partner-to-partner interactions, and more.
What you will learn:
- How to synchronize data from two participants
- Recording options including ECG, EDA, EEG, fNIRS, Video
- Collaborative virtual environments
- Data analysis techniques
- Practical tips—including advice on working with children
- Innovative ideas for your research