Our research group is going to conduct their first experiment combining SuperLab and EEG, so if the question is a little dumb we apologize in advance.
First, what we have is: a PC tower conducting a task in SuperLab v.6; StimTrackerDuo (Cedrus), Actichamp for EEG (Brain Products), and a laptop connected with the Actichamp to record EEG.
What we want: To create event markers which identify what stimuli were presented; and event markers that show if the participant response was correct or incorrect (sorry quick question about this, the task is like go-nogo, so we assigned a letter of the PC keyboard to response, but we also have the cedrus keyboard. It is better to use cedrus keyboard? Thanks).
Our doubt: How do we connect all the devices? Our first idea is: to connect via USB the PC tower with the StimTrackerDuo; connect the StimTrackerDuo via m-pod (below is the link of this product) to the Actichamp; and finally connect the Actichamp with the laptop.
Is good this configuration or there is another alternative? Because we do not have the m-pod for Actichamp, so if we can avoid buying it that would be nice. What we want is to have marks of the type of stimuli presented and participants’ responses (good or bad) in the EEG recorder.
Another doubt that we have is, if the first configuration is the best way, in SuperLab → Stimulus → Digital Output, what do we have to choose in device? USB, StimtrackerDuo or c-pod for Actichamp?
Thank you very much! m-pod for BP actiCHamp – Cedrus