Engineering Psychophysiology: Issues and Applications

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thermore, although the assumption of linearity has been useful in promoting well-controlled studies of psychophysiological variables, it also represents a limiting influence in the burgeoning study of complexity and dynamical systems. However, designs that can be used to partition data into linear estimates of variance can also be used to investigate the dynamics of person-environment transactions. We hope that this chapter will help researchers in engineering psychophysiology take advantage of contemporary analytic techniques for the study of dynamical systems, as well as serve to aid in the understanding and appropriate use of extant data analytic tools.


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