BIOPAC announces a Programmable Stimulation System for E-Prime to control stimulus frequency and stimulus intensity for real-time stimulus delivery changes based on a subject's responses. The system includes a Constant Current and Constant Voltage Linear Isolated Stimulator (STMISOL), USB 4-ch D/A Unit, software utility for communication between E-Prime and the stimulator, a sample E-Prime experiment with the necessary interface commands to communicate with the D/A unit, and interface cables. The D/A unit provides the stimulator with the appropriate voltage levels to stimulate a subject. The system supports up to four STMISOL and includes one.
Many studies use hand dynamometry to objectively quantify exerted effort during experiments most commonly related to the study of motivation.
We’ll focus on this topic and go over everything you need to know to record dynamometry data in the MRI or in the lab. Topics include
– Calibrating for maximum voluntary contraction (MVC)
– Real-time access to the dynamometer signal by third-party applications
– How researchers have used this equipment
– Creating a visual task that gives feedback on exerted effort as well as rewards to the participant
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