psychogalvanic


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psy·cho·gal·van·ic

(sī'kō-gal-van'ik),
Relating to changes in electric properties of the skin; for example, a change in skin resistance induced by psychological stimulus.

psychogalvanic

[-galvan′ik]
pertaining to the effects of psychological influences on the electrical properties of skin.
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So far our delving into public opinion polling, readership measurements, readability tests, psychogalvanic skin responses, circulation indices, sales barometers, coincidental ratings, etc.
Additionally, terms like galvanic skin response (GSR) or psychogalvanic response (PGR) should no longer be used, as they do not describe the applied measurement principle in a sufficient way (Schandry, 1989).