Two acoustically-shielded BioSense NRLs (10’ X 12’) are primarily used for multimodal data collection (stress metrics, cognitive assessments, brain activity, eye-movements….). These data often serve as outcome measures to assess the impact of our training studies.
- Biosemi Active Two EEG/ERP Acquisition Systems (128-channel and 64-channel) (http://www.biosemi.com/products.htm)
- Rogue Research Frameless Stereotaxy system with BrainSight version 2 software and Polaris Vicra position sensor (https://www.rogue-research.com)
- Magstim Rapid magnetic pulse generator with one 70mm rapid-pulse TMS coil and one 70mm air-cooled repetitive-TMS coil (http://www.magstim.com)
- Two Neuroelectrics Starstim tCS devices (8 channel and 32 channel) (http://www.neuroelectrics.com)
- One Neuroelectrics Enobio EEG (20 channel) (http://www.neuroelectrics.com)
- Chattanooga Ionto tDCS device (http://www.caputron.com)
- ASL and Tobii (www.tobii.com) eye-tracking systems
- Shimmer GSR (www.shimmersensing.com) and Empatica (www.empatica.com) E4 and Embrace wrist-worn physiological sensors for collecting electrodermal, heart rate, skin temperature, accelerometer data both in-lab (Shimmer and E4) and remotely in participants’ homes (Embrace
- iMotions Biometric Research Platform (imotions.com) to collect synchronized biometric data (EEG, GSR, ECG, and eye-tracking) time-locked to stimulus presentation.