Committee report: Guidelines for human startle eyeblink electromyographic studies.

Abstract

The human startle response is a sensitive, noninvasive measure of central nervous system activity that is currently used in a wide variety of research and clinical settings. In this article, we raise methodological issues and present recommendations for optimal methods of startle blink electromyographic (EMG) response elicitation, recording, quantification, and reporting. It is hoped that this report will foster more methodological validity and reliability in research using the startle response, as well as increase the detail with which relevant methodology is reported in publications using this measure.

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@article{Blumenthal2005CommitteeRG, title={Committee report: Guidelines for human startle eyeblink electromyographic studies.}, author={Terry Blumenthal and Bruce N. Cuthbert and Diane L. Filion and Steven A. Hackley and Ottmar V Lipp and Anton van Boxtel}, journal={Psychophysiology}, year={2005}, volume={42 1}, pages={1-15} }