A stronger understanding of human behavior
with the world’s leading biosensor platform
Explore the connections between brain and behavior
iMotions advances investigations into the relationships between physiological signals and mental states, to create a stronger understanding of the connections between how humans act, think, feel, and perceive.
Mind, brain, behavior
Synchronize datastreams in one platform
Psychology research is a broad field that encompasses any science examining the mind, brain and behavior. The use of biosensors for uncovering human data within the field of psychology has been common since the inception of each technology.
Despite the established background of research, a core difficulty remains with regards to the synchronization of multiple biosensors and experimental components into a single, coherent platform. iMotions provides a single software solution for controlling the experimental process and synchronizing multiple datastreams.
Examples of what clients are currently using iMotions for include:
- Investigating biomarkers for autism with EEG, eye tracking, and EDA
- Exploring the interaction of personality and taste preferences
- Using EEG to study the effect of VR on memory retention
- Exploring psychophysiological responses in bipolar patients
iMotions is used at over 50 of the 100 top ranking universities in the world
Accurate quantification of data
Leverage the power of multi-modality
Modern technology, in the form of eye trackers, EEG headsets, facial expression analysis software, and EDA devices, allows accurate quantification of physiological data.
Combining these modalities provides a more nuanced understanding of the processes underlying thoughts and behavior.
The iMotions software is a complete experimental platform that allows the entire process to be run, from study design and stimulus presentation to data collection and export or analysis.
Key features to simplify and amplify your work
Connect. Record. Process.
Acceleration of research output and increased marketability
iMotions helped Professor Roger Azevedo at North Carolina State University improve research efficiency and increase output.
Research made possible with iMotions
Northeastern University, Janssen Research & Development, Duke University School of Medicine, University of California San Francisco, and the University of Washington – Manfredonia et al.
Abstract: “Facial expression is impaired in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but rarely systematically studied. We focus on the ability of individuals with ASD to produce facial expressions of emotions in response to a verbal prompt…”
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iMotions is used in over 70 countries
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