A Guide for measuring Electrodermal Activity (EDA)

Our laboratory has provided a detailed guide for measuring Electrodermal activity via Biopac systems.

This guide is meant to get the user up and running in one sitting / session with how to use the software / hardware. If you download and use this manual - please cite as;

Braithwaite, J.J., Watson, D.G., Jones, R., Rowe, M (2013). A guide for analysing electrodermal activity (EDA) and skin conductance responses (SCRs) for psychophysiological experiments via the MP36R and AcqKowledge software. Technical Report #1, Selective Attention & Awareness Laboratory (SAAL), Behavioural Brain Sciences Centre, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK.

More technical reports are planned for the future.




Dr Jason Braithwaite

Email: j.j.braithwaite@bham.ac.uk