Delineating the Operational Envelope of Mobile and Conventional EDA Sensing on Key Body Locations

@article{Tsiamyrtzis2016DelineatingTO,
  title={Delineating the Operational Envelope of Mobile and Conventional EDA Sensing on Key Body Locations},
  author={P. Tsiamyrtzis and M. Dcosta and D. Shastri and E. Prasad and Ioannis T. Pavlidis},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={2016}
}
Electrodermal activity (EDA) is an important affective indicator, measured conventionally on the fingers with desktop sensing instruments. Recently, a new generation of wearable, battery-powered EDA devices came into being, encouraging the migration of EDA sensing to other body locations. To investigate the implications of such sensor/location shifts in psychophysiological studies we performed a validation experiment. In this experiment we used startle stimuli to instantaneously arouse the… Expand
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