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I am seeking the best forums or web documents to search for examples on how to analyze data from physiological measurements acquired by a set of MP150 modules during a cognitive psychology experiment for which I had developed the application that presented auditory stimuli and questionnaires. Specifically, I would like to understand which analyses to do on which channels to understand what. The team of psychologists have been going over the literature, but I need more technical information if I am to help them.

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Can you be more specific? What kind of data are you measuring (i.e. a time series of field potentials or intracellular data)? What part of the analysis do you need help with (i.e. coding, mathematics, interpretation?) As it stands, this is a very broad question. –  Keegan Keplinger Jan 24 at 19:23
+1 for specificity, but this doesn't have to be a broader question than, "Forums/documents on this topic plz!" What that topic is remains unclear to me, but I'm not flagging the question as unclear, because I'm not sure I couldn't figure out the intended meaning with a fairly quick Google search. I probably should try, but...you know. –  Nick Stauner Jan 25 at 1:24
When it comes to which analysis should be done how, for comparing the subjects' moods during a baseline measurement and a measurement taken while listening to happy/neutral/sad music pieces,the psychologists have nothing more than guesswork to rely on. I am seeking more step-by-step explanations that are not in most articles, which simply mention that they made physiological measurements. Links to explanatory articles, tutorials or upcoming workshops in the U.S. would also help. I am familiar with the mathematics of analyses; I am only interested in why to do what. –  Hurol Aslan Jan 27 at 13:36
I would take the comment above, and add to the question text where it is more likely to be read. –  rmayer06 Mar 15 at 14:08
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