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This is a thorough revision of a successful introductory text on psychophysiological recording. The authors include information on the most up-to-date equipment used today to do brain scanning and discuss other equipment not available in 1980. A new chapter on signal processing and analysis has been added, and discussions cover nonlinear systems as well as cognitive psychophysiology.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||7 MB|
Table of Contents
PART I. GENERAL ELEMENTS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
2. Neurons and Muscles: The Sources of Psychophysiological Recordings
3. Equipment Used in Psychophysiological Recording
4. Psychophysiological Recordings
5. Some Basic Principles of Psychophysiology
6. Safety and Ethics in a Psychophysiology Laboratory
PART II. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF SPECIFIC ORGANS
7. Brain: Electroencephalography and Imaging
8. Muscles: Electromyography
9. Eyes: Pupillography and Electrooculography
10. Respiratory System
11. Gastrointestinal Motility: Electrogastrography
12. Cardiovascular System: Heart Rate; Cardiac Output; and Blood Pressure, Volume, and Flow
13. Skin: Electrodermal Activity
14. Signal Processing
PART III. APPLICATIONS
15. Applications of Psychophysiological Recording