electrodermal


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electrodermal

 [e-lek″tro-der´mal]
pertaining to the electrical properties of the skin, especially to changes in its resistance.

e·lec·tro·der·mal

(ē-lek'trō-dĕr'măl),
Pertaining to electric properties of the skin, usually referring to altered resistance.
[electro- + G. derma, skin]

electrodermal

/elec·tro·der·mal/ (e-lek″tro-der´m'l) pertaining to the electrical properties of the skin, especially to changes in its resistance.

electrodermal

(ĭ-lĕk′trō-dûr′məl)
adj.
Of or relating to the electrical properties of the skin.

electrodermal

[-dur′məl]
pertaining to electrical properties of the skin, particularly altered resistance.

e·lec·tro·der·mal

(ĕ-lek'trō-dĕr'măl)
Pertaining to electric properties of the skin, usually referring to altered resistance.
[electro- + G. derma, skin]

electrodermal

pertaining to the electrical properties of the skin, especially to changes in its resistance.
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Electrodermal activity data was collected during laboratory food presentation protocol using Biopac System software.
Although the experiments showed people getting into a cold sweat, and looking distressed, at the thought of losing their data, the difference in electrodermal activity, nose tip temperatures and expressions of sadness were surprisingly small when comparing the loss of important and trivial data.
Cardiovascular, electrodermal, and respiratory response patterns to fear- and sadness-inducing films.
Sensation seeking and arousal: Effects of strong stimulation on electrodermal activation and memory task performance.
The skin conductance response, also known as the electrodermal response, is the phenomenon that the skin increases conduction of small currents of direct current electricity when either external or internal stimuli occur that are physiologically arousing.
The electrodermal trend of GAD, PAD and MDE, seems to confirm the BIS and BAS theory of Gray [2] and Fowles [3,4]: the high values in baseline, the elevated peak values during stress presentation, and the incomplete recovery of the galvanic response, could be connected to the BIS due to internal or external danger or threat signals.
The automated device, known as Embrace, relies on an accelerometer and electrodermal activity to detect convulsive seizures.
Medicion objetiva de la atencion electrodermal level (EDL) de una muestra de poblacion durante la emision del conjunto de spots antes mencionado, a traves del examen de su actividad electrodermica.
1) published in the "Archives of Neuropsychiatry journal" in pages 197-201 in the 50th Issue in 2013 titled "The Investigation of Attention Level in Nurses Working Night Shifts and the Relationship Between Sex Hormone and Electrodermal Activity"
The polygraph is, actually, a device for measuring various types of physiological activity, such as electrodermal activity, blood pressure, and respiration, but it is known more commonly as the "lie detector.
Direct electrical stimulation of specific human brain structures and bilateral electrodermal activity.
Experiments using electrodermal monitoring, a lie-detector technology that investigates psychophysiological associations of language by recording skin conductance responses (such as the sweating of fingertips and palms), have shown that among monolinguals, taboo words generate greater skin conductance responses than neutral words.