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The real sports reaction time protocols are designed for biofeedback training in sports that demand quick reactions to trigger events. It includes screens for baseball, tennis, soccer, track and field, ice hockey and more to train for higher batting averages, better serve returns, more accurate penalty kicks, faster starts, and higher face-off percentages. Features use of push buttons, foot pedals and even raw EMG sensors, to simulate real sports actions by using EMG from muscle contractions to respond to events! Highly accurate, time-locked EEG, physiology and EMG allow in-depth analysis of mind and body activity during sports reaction time training.
$ 295.00 #SA7945
The CIS works with professional and consumer biofeedback systems and hardware to provide 3D visualization capabilities and other human-to-computer interfacing possibilities. Suites of 3D display screens - called "feedback interfaces" or "control interfaces" - provide quality training or data visualization experiences by presenting physiological data in pleasing and intuitive to use forms. The CIS suites are: INtoIT, HyperDrive, Kaleidoscape, StarLight, StellarState, StoneSoup, 3D Relief, and Squared.
$ 0.00 #CIS
The 18 tutorials include Biofeedback History, Concepts, Psychophysiology, Electricity, Relaxation Training, Skeletal Muscle System, Cardiovascular System, Electrodermal System, Respiratory System, Central Nervous System, EMG Hardware, Cardiovascular Hardware, Electrodermal Hardware, EEG Hardware, Musculoskeletal Applications, Neuromuscular Applications, Cardiovascular Applications, and Neurofeedback Applications. They provide an extensive review of current biofeedback research findings, clinical applications, and professional issues. Special attention is focused on cutting-edge topics like chronic pain and neural plasticity, constraint-induced therapy, control of artifact, ethics, heart rate variability (HRV), neurofeedback, QEEG, and the impact of medication on biofeedback measurements.
These tutorials are written in clear, authoritative language and explain difficult concepts with ease. Each tutorial starts with an opening vignette and then lists the major learning objectives that will be covered. The 18 tutorials summarize key findings from the BCIA reading list, major academic references like Tortora and Grabowski's (2003) Principles of anatomy and physiology, landmark biofeedback references like Moss, McGrady, Davies, and Wickram's (2003) Handbook of mind-body medicine for primary care and Schwartz and Andrasik's (2003) Biofeedback (3rd edition), and critical AAPB documents like Yuha and Gilbert's (2004) Evidence based practice in biofeedback and neurofeedback and Striefel's (2004) Practice guidelines and standards for providers of biofeedback and applied psychophysiological services. The video segments demonstrate anatomical movements and dynamic biofeedback signals, while the animations illustrate concepts like muscle contraction, electron movement through a conductor, and volume conduction of the EMG signal. Each tutorial ends with applications questions, a list of major references, and a multiple-choice test over its content.
$ 75.00 #0727
Most economical for testing 2 or less times per week.
$ 499.00 #IVASK