A thorough examination of how recording physiological signals can be made easy through proper instrumentation selection, experimental planning, and data analysis strategy.

Performing a dyadic experiment is more complex and requires more planning than research with single participants. This would apply to a wide range of applications including child-parent, doctor-patient, partner-to-partner interactions, and more.

In this webinar, Frazer Findlay and Alex Dimov will examine dyadic experiments. They will cover why equipment should be unobtrusive, the importance of tightly synchronized data, and review how to select the right equipment based on your experimental objective.

Key Topics Include:

  • 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
  • Get great ideas about your research


BIOPAC Systems, Inc

Frazer Findlay is CEO of BIOPAC and has more than 25 years’ experience in life science data acquisition and analysis. Frazer is a well-regarded expert in the physiology monitoring industry and has facilitated workshops around the world. He is familiar with a variety of software, equipment, and laboratory protocols for a wide array of signals and measurements.

Account Director & fNIR Expert
BIOPAC Systems, Inc

Alex Dimov (BIOPAC Systems, Inc.) has been teaching workshops on the topic of physiological data acquisition and analysis for nearly 15 years. While at UC Santa Barbara he was an instructor for The Advanced Training Institute for Virtual Reality in Social Psychology. He joined BIOPAC as an application specialist and now oversees European Sales for BIOPAC.


Webinar Host

BIOPAC Systems Inc.

BIOPAC lets you measure physiology anywhere with innovative, compatible solutions that can be used by anyone for meaningful discovery.

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