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LabsByDesign is the easiest and most cost effective way for you to design the physiology teaching labs that perfectly fit your needs. It’s a unique, cost effective alternative to standard lab kits.

Here’s how LabsByDesign works. You choose from more than 350 iWorx professionally authored lab experiments in cardiovascular, respiratory and neuromuscular physiology. An easy to use web-based selection guide lets you simply check-off those labs you want to teach. The automated LabsByDesign configurator then gets to work tailoring the necessary components from our complete line of data recording modules, sensors, electrodes, stimulators and other supporting accessories along with the courseware necessary to support the experiments you selected. One of our LabsByDesign technical consultants will then contact you to ensure the solution fits your requirements precisely.

The end result is a complete package that does exactly what you want…no more, no less.

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    Human Exercise
    HE-01 Metabolism and Thermal Response to Exercise
    HE-02 Recovery from Exercise
    HE-03C Exercise, Blood Pressure and Oxygen Saturation Levels
    HE-04C Respiratory Exchange Ratio
    HE-05C Resting Metabilc Rate
    HE-08A Regulation of Body Temperature and Respiratory Exchange Ratio (RER)
    HE-09C Resting, Active and Exercising Metabolic Rates
    HE-10C Aerobic Fitness Testing
    HE-12 Targeted Exercise with Wireless Electrocardiogram (ECG)
    HE-13 The ‘fat burning zone’ is a theory that you should maintain your heart rate at just 70 – 80% of your maximum heart rate during exercise to burn more fat.
    Human Nerve
    HN-01 Auditory and Visual Reflexes
    HN-02A Stretch Receptors and Reflexes with Reflex Hammer
    HN-03 Human Nerve Conduction Velocity
    HN-04 Hand vs. Foot Reactions
    HN-05 Visual Reflexes and Color Stimulation
    HN-06 Hoffman Reflex using the Soleus Muscle
    HN-07 Median Nerve Conduction Velocity
    HN-08 Human To Human Interface
    HN-09 Game Show Physiology
    HN-10 Play Games - Hypothesis Testing
    HN-11 Visual Reflexes and Color Stimulation
    HN-12 Sensory and motor nerve conduction velocities of median nerve, and sometimes the ulnar nerve as well, of both the dominant and nondominant limbs.
    HN-13 Conditioned Response to stimuli
    Human Circulation
    HC-01 Blood Pressure, Peripheral Circulation and Body Position
    HC-02 Blood Pressure, Peripheral Circulation and Imposed Conditions
    HC-03 Pulse Wave Velocity
    HC-04 Pulse Contour Analysis
    HC-05 Body Position, Exercise and Cardiac Output
    HC-06C Effects of Temperature on Peripheral Oxygen Saturation Levels
    Human PsychoPhysiology
    HP-01 The Electroencephalogram (EEG)
    HP-01A The Electroencephalogram (EEG) using Button Electrodes
    HP-02 Galvanic Skin Response and Emotion
    HP-03 Galvanic Skin Response and Deception, Coginitive Compliance and Vigilance
    HP-04 Skin Temperature, Stress, Calming and Embarrassment
    HP-05A Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
    HP-05B Personality and Vagal Tone
    HP-05C Vigilance and Reaction Time
    HP-06 Cynicism-Hostility and the Hot Reactor
    HP-07 The Stroop Effect
    HP-08 The Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) and Investigation into Cheating
    HP-09 Facial Expression Electromyograms (EMG) and Emotion
    HP-10 Visual Evoked Potentials (VEP)
    HP-11 Multisensory Reaction Times
    HP-12 Rubber Hand Illusion
    HP-13 The Gaze Cue Paradigm
    HP-13A The Gaze Cue Paradigm using Eye Tracker system
    HP-14 Hypothesis-driven Biofeedback Lab/Research Study
    HP-15 Hypothesis-driven Prepulse Inhibition Lab/Research Study
    HP-16 Eriksen Flanker Test
    HP-17 Levels of Processing and Memory
    HP-18 Posner Attention Test
    HP-19 Lexical Decision Task
    HP-20 Listening to relaxing music to control tension.
    HP-21 Looking at vacation imagery to control tension.
    HP-22 How does anticipating something affect your physiology; HR, temp, RR, etc...
    HP-23 Using deception and famous faces to determine witness accuracy.
    HP-24 To determine whether alternative healing items really work physiologically.
    HP-25 When perceiving a stimulus, features are registered early and automatically, while objects are identified separately and at a later stage in processing.
    HP-26 Searching for a curved letter around in a circle and any other letters they can remember.
    HP-27 Uses neuro-feedback to control anxiety.
    HP-27 Images with a series of dots followed by an image of an arrow - is the arrow pointing do the dots?
    HP-28 Listening to music to psych up before a sporting event.
    HP-29 Determine, by looking at various male and female faces., why some are more attractive than others.

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