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.
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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).