Our bodies produce signals regardless of what we do. Our breathing accelerates on excitement, our skin conductance reacts to stress and our heart rate not only tells about our fitness but also about our state of mind. All these changes in our body are part of the involuntary autonomous nervous system function and can be measured with proper instrumentation.

Our psychophysiology facilities allow recording of autonomic nervous system both in laboratory and in natural settings. EEG and MEG measurements can be combined with physiological measurement of skin conductance or heart rate variability e.g. for feed-back experiments. In addition, our ambulatory devices take the laboratory into the streets allowing continuous, unconstrained measurements.