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

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

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]
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For the first time ever, the public will be able to experience vehicle technology that recognizes their physiological emotions based on facial expressions, electrodermal activity, and heart rate.
Rissling et al., "Electrodermal predictors of functional outcome and negative symptoms in schizophrenia," Psychophysiology, vol.
The purpose of this study was to test the feasibility of using electrodermal activity (EDA) to quantify the physiological response to food in children with ASD compared to children who are typically developing.
Hurley's studies [15] showed that electrodermal activity, which in general is accepted as one of the more effective biomarkers of human arousal [16], is a possible measure to provide insight into customer preference of packaging and a support of a more holistic understanding of decision making.
This study will examine the efficacy of psychological first aid (PFA) on anxiety, mood, resilience, and electrodermal activity compared to a social acknowledgement condition and expressive writing condition through a randomized controlled trail.
On a postintervention, laboratory-based, standardized social stress test, the mindset intervention group achieved physiologic recovery more than three times faster than did the controls, as assessed via electrodermal activity.
The results might suggest parasympathetic activity eliciting a constriction due to mismatching information, as the electrodermal activity is only controlled by the sympathetic branch (Kreibig, Wilhelm, Roth, & Gross, 2007) .
Any trials that contained excessive pre-stimulus electrodermal artifact via visual inspection were excluded from SCR analyses (~ 10 % of trials).