Why you should use EMG & ECG in Human Behavior Research

You may have heard about conducting eye tracking or facial expression analysis to dig deeper into human behavior. But Electrocardiogram (ECG) and Electromyography (EMG) are lesser-known yet powerful measures you can also apply to your research to measure heart rate, movement, muscle activity, and more.

Watch our in-house PhD experts, Product Specialists Jessica Wilson and Khoi Vo for a conversational, demonstrative webinar on EMG & ECG in human behavior research. They give you inspiration into experimental setups and best practices for these methodologies by showing several research applications including healthcare, performance, & training.

Wherever you are on your human behavior research journey, the webinar is a helpful tutorial about how to tap into the signals our muscles and hearts send.