Can you give me a hand? A comparison of hands and feet as optimal anatomical sites for skin conductance recording.

Abstract

The fingers and feet have long been accepted as optimal anatomical recording sites for electrodermal activity. The available literature suggests that the feet are more responsive than the fingers. The present report compared skin conductance level (SCL) and responses (SCRs) from the left foot and the distal phalanges of the fingers on the nondominant hand… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/psyp.12093

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@article{Payne2013CanYG, title={Can you give me a hand? A comparison of hands and feet as optimal anatomical sites for skin conductance recording.}, author={Andrew Payne and Michael E. Dawson and Anne M. Schell and Kulwinder Singh and Christopher G. Courtney}, journal={Psychophysiology}, year={2013}, volume={50 11}, pages={1065-9} }