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New Summer Class in Psychophysiological Research Methods

New for Summer 2015!

PSY 293: Special Topics in Psychology: Psychophysiological Research Methods

Students will be introduced to basic theory and application of measures used in psychophysiological research, including heart rate variability, respiration, impedence cardiography, galvanic skin response, eye tracking, and pupillometry. Students will obtain practical experience in acquiring, processing, and interpreting data obtained from these aforementioned measures. An emphasis will also be placed on neural links to psychophysiological activity.

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