Obimon was developed to suit research and therapeutic purposes. We list all ongoing projects and related publications on this page. Please send information about unlisted research actions using the Obimon device to

Ongoing projects:

  • The study of individual differences of the “electrodermal fingerprint” at the MTA-ELTE Lendület Research Group at the Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.
    Lead researcher: Prof. Anna Szekely

Published results using Obimon:

Journal articles

Poster at the XXI.  World congress of medical and clinical hypnosis, 2018

  • Electrodermal laterality and hypnosis
    Kasos K., Kasos, E., Zimonyi, Sz., Kolto, A., Varga, K., Szekely, A.

Poster at the International meeting of the Psychonomic Society, 2018

  • Validity and feasibility of Obimon, an open-source device for measuring electrodermal activity in psychological experiments.
    Kasos, K., Zimonyi, Sz., Szekely, A. (2018).

Posters at the 20th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP), 2017
1 Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary; 2 Doctoral School of Psychology, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary, 3 Lund University, Sweden

  • P121: Bilateral differences in electrodermal activity
    Zimonyi, Szabolcs1; Kasos, Krisztian2,1; Szekely, Anna1
  • P124: Age and motivational factors in a lying game
    Gönye, Bianka1; Kasos, Enikő2,1; Szekely, Anna1
  • P125: Lateral asymmetry in the peripheral processing of musical stimuli
    Kasos, Krisztian2,1; Lifshitz, Avraham1; Zimonyi, Szabolcs1; Kekecs, Zoltan3; Varga, Katalin1; Szekely, Anna1