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PK-TA Psychological Physiology Teaching Kit

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Advanced Psychophysiology Teaching Kit

The iWorx TA Control Module included in the kit allows EEGs from the left and right hemispheres to be recorded simultaneously, as well as skin conductance and temperature, respiration rate, heart rate, blood pressure, or pulse volume. The dual biopotential input also allows simultaneous monitoring of EMGs from muscles in opposition, or all six limb leads of the cardiogram and the cardiac angle.

Courseware
These Lab Exercises can be performed with the PK-TA kit. For additional exercises please visit the courseware page.

The PK-TA includes: IX-TA-220 iWorx TA Recorder with built-in Spirometer, Barometric Pressure Sensor, Heart Sounds Sensor, GripForce/Blood Pressure Sensor, Temperature Sensor, O2 Electrode Input,two iWire Digital Interfaces, High and Low Voltage Stimulators. LabScribe Software with site license and free updates. Experiment Builder iWire-BG3 iWire Compatible Isolated ECG, EMG and GSR Recording Module PT-104 Pulse Probe A-RM-220 Respiration Monitor (nasal cannula) EM-220 Event Marker TM-220 Temperature Sensor BP-220 Blood Pressure Sensor FRS-220 Foot Reaction Switch BCL-100 Bi-color Light Source C-ISO-GSR GSR Electrodes C-ISO-SC5 Ag/AgCl/EEG Reusable Button Electrode Courseware and Cables Optional Addons: NS-HKTA Add-on Neurobiology Teaching Set for HK-TA or PK-TA IS-TA Add-On Invertebrate Transducer Set RS-PKTA Add-On Reflex Set A-iTRAX Eye Tracking Add-on Set IX-EEG 10-20 system EEG Recorder List of all transducers compatible with the IX-TA-220

Human Circulation

  • HC-01: Blood Pressure, Peripheral Circulation and Body Position
  • HC-02: Blood Pressure, Peripheral Circulation and Imposed Conditions
  • HC-04: Pulse Contour Analysis
  • HC-05: Body Position, Exercise and Cardiac Output

Human Exercise

  • HE-01: Metabolism and Thermal Response to Exercise
  • HE-02: Recovery from Exercise

Human Heart

  • HH-01: Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Peripheral Circulation
  • HH-02: ECG and Heart Sounds with Stethoscope
  • HH-04: Six Lead ECG
  • HH-05A: The Diving Reflex
  • HH-05B: The Diving Reflex with Respiration rate
  • HH-06: Heart Rate Variability
  • HH-07: ECG using Six Chest Leads
  • HH-12: Pulse and Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

Human Muscle

  • HM-02: Electromyogram Activity in Antagonistic Muscles
  • HM-03: Oculomotor Muscle Activity
  • HM-08: Electromyogram (EMG) Activity while Arm Wrestling
  • HM-09: Kinesiology and Electromyogram (EMG) Activity in Targeted Muscles
  • HM-10: The Electrogastrogram (EGG) and Growling Stomach

Human Nerve

  • HN-01: Auditory and Visual Reflexes
  • HN-02B: Stretch Receptors and Reflexes with Plethysmograph
  • HN-03: Human Nerve Conduction Velocity
  • HN-04: Hand vs. Foot Reactions
  • HN-05: Visual Reflexes and Color Stimulation
  • HN-06: Hoffman Reflex using the Soleus Muscle
  • HN-07: Median Nerve Conduction Velocity
  • HN-08: Game Show Physiology

Human PsychoPhysiology

  • HP-01: The Electroencephalogram (EEG)
  • HP-01A: The Electroencephalogram (EEG) using Button Electrodes
  • HP-02: Galvanic Skin Response and Emotion
  • HP-03: Galvanic Skin Response and Deception, Coginitive Compliance and Vigilance
  • HP-04: Skin Temperature, Stress, Calming and Embarrassment
  • HP-05A: Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
  • HP-05B: Personality and Vagal Tone
  • HP-05C: Vigilance and Reaction Time
  • HP-06: Cynicism-Hostility and the Hot Reactor
  • HP-07: The Stroop Effect – Interference of Stimuli on Associative Tasks
  • HP-08: The Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) and Investigation into Cheating
  • HP-09: Facial Expression Electromyograms (EMG) and Emotion
  • HP-10: Visual Evoked Potentials (VEP)
  • HP-11: Multisensory Reaction Times
  • HP-12: Rubber Hand Illusion
  • HP-13: The Gaze Cue Paradigm
  • HP-14: Hypothesis-driven Biofeedback Lab/Research Study

Human Spirometry

  • HS-05: Breathing Techniques and Heart Rate

Tutorial

  • TT-01: Tutorial with ECG
  • TT-02: Tutorial with pulse
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