I'm writing to get some feedback from people about the kinds of equipment/systems they use at their institutions to conduct lab experiments with humans.
DePaul University is submitting a proposal to our budgeting body which asks to create a Human Neuroscience Laboratory for faculty in both Biology and Psychology Departments to use in both teaching and research. I'm an animal neuroscientist, so I'm not planning on doing human research, but I know that I'd like to try to create/conduct labs for students on galvanic skin response, muscle contraction, EEGs, eyeblink, (and I'm sure there's more out there...but can't think of any just yet).
Can anyone suggest vendors, equipment, etc? that I can begin to look into.
Unfortunately our deadline is fast approaching - Oct 12, so the sooner I can get some feedback the better!
Thank you all! I am always impressed by what a sharing, positive community FUN is. I thoroughly enjoyed going to the FUN workshop and meeting many of you!
Dorothy Kozlowski (DePaul University)