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Biofeedback SystemLaboratory Introduction
The laboratory is led by Dr. Hsiu-Jung, Chen, and the main research areas are introspection regarding the relationship between mindfulness training and heart rate variability (HPV), attention and the EEG training effect, as well as the effectiveness of stress regulation through physiological feedback. The lab is equipped with NeXus-10 Wireless Biofeedback and Thought Technology. By observing the changes in physiological values, therapists can see the physiological responses of the cases in different situations and select the appropriate indicators as treatment goals. For example, for cases with muscle tension in a stressful situation that cannot be recovered in a relaxation phase, "muscle tension" is selected as the feedback indicator.
Research instruments include NeXus-10 Wireless Biofeedback and Thought Technology physiological feedback devices.