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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Embrace features two apps: an event detector that sends alerts when the patient's electrodermal response reaches a warning level based on their health profile and a diary app, which can track and manage daily activities.
Moreover in the fearful context the electrodermal activity, the emotional implicit response, was exactly the same, much higher than in the neutral context.
In addition, skin temperature measurement at 15 locations on the body, heart rate and electrodermal activity were measured.
Others have explored the impact of music on physiological activity such as facial muscle activity, heart rate and electrodermal activity (Ellis & Simons, 2005; Parke, Chew & Kyriakakis, 2007).
1995), si bien Carrillo, Ricarte, Gonzalez-Bono, Salvador y Gomez (2003) encuentran mayor nivel de actividad electrodermal en personas extrovertidas ante tareas de hablar en publico de intensidad elevada.
Cardiovascular, electrodermal, and respiratory response patterns to fear and sadness-inducing films.
46) The polygraph provides a graphical representation of electrodermal activity, blood pressure and respiration, and is able to detect even small differences in each.
SSR also is named as electrodermal activity, skin conduct level (SCL), electrodermal response, and galvanic skin response (6,15).
Alternatively, psycho-physiological measures, such as electrodermal activity, might be employed to assess preexperimental stimulus potency.
The findings were based on increased heart rate, blood flow and perspiration and included measuring electrodermal activity, a key component of lie detector tests.
These include food specific IgG, antigen leucocyte antibody and sublingual/intradermal provocation tests, as well as cytotoxic food and applied kinesiology and electrodermal testings.
The 11 papers in this collection review weaknesses in the detection of concealed information by electrodermal measures, evaluate different types of vesicles as skin drug delivery systems, and compare in vitro skin permeation of cosmetic ingredients with in vivo models.