Physiological Tools

EEG / ERPs
The firing of neurons in the brain creates electrical potentials that can be measured through the scalp. This electrical activity can be measured using the electroencephalogram (EEG). Segments of an . (Read Complete Description)
Eye Movements 1) Saccades 2) Pupil diameter
Tracking saccadic eye movements and/or pupil dilation can offer insight into search patterns and workload levels. . (Read Complete Description)
Heart Rate Variability
Beat to beat variability in heart rate . (Read Complete Description)
Psychophysiological Assessment Test System (PATS)
PATS is a micro-computer-based system supports psychophysiological research in a wide variety of applications ranging from operational environments with "real-world" tasks to laboratory environments w . (Read Complete Description)
Transcranial Doppler Sonography
Transcranial Doppler sonography is a noninvasive technique that uses a 2-MHz, pulsed Doppler transducer to measure the velocity of blood flow within the skull through regions of temporal thinning. (ht . (Read Complete Description)