Biofeedback instruments help understand the physiological responses to stimuli of the autonomic nervous system. The EEG (Electroencephalography) will be used to measure the participants’ brain waves while showing them videos stimulating fear, happiness, sadness. During the sessions, brain activity with the specific frequencies will be recorded. After each video is played, questions will be asked to address the focus on the emotional arousal/memory recall process. In addition to that, EKG (Electrocardiography) will record the heart rates and the GSR monitor (Galvanic Skin Response) will measure the sweat gland activity related to the emotional response. The quantitative data such as EEG, EKG and GSR, surveys before and after the trainings will represent the qualitative data.
Monday - Thursday, 10:00AM - 2:00PM
- Dr. DiLauro — cdilauro (at) bergen.edu